Man threatens gun violence over wrong taco order

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NEW MEXICO – Los Alamos resident, Lex Norman Deines wasn’t about to accept the wrong order at Rigoberto’s taco shop in Central Park Square, but then something changed his mind and the cops were called.

Los Alamos Police Department Cpl. Jemuel Montoya reports that he was dispatched to the small taco counter on the evening of Saturday, July 8, after a call came in regarding a male individual who was being loud and disorderly.

Montoya arrived to find 48-year-old Deines berating the cooks. Reeking strongly of liquor, the suspect turned to see the police officer and bemoaned, “Oh, it’s come to this.”

Montoya concluded that Deines was angry about his order being incorrect and the workers’ refusal to change it.

Apparently, what made the staff and other patrons uncomfortable was that Deines threatened to retrieve a gun from his vehicle. Upon learning this, Montoya placed Deines under arrest and transported him to Los Alamos County Detention Center.

Deines, 48, was charged of disorderly conduct and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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