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He complained coworker wasn’t pulling his weight. Then, he was shot in leg, police say

Man shot in leg after complaining about coworker

Police are looking for a man accused of shooting a coworker after in southwest Fresno.
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Police are looking for a man accused of shooting a coworker after in southwest Fresno.

Fresno police want help from the public finding a man who allegedly shot a coworker in the leg after a dispute about work duties.

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Farrant Frazier Fresno Police Department

Lt. David Madrigal said the shooting happened after the two men finished an overnight shift at a workplace on South Elm Avenue. The suspect was identified as Farrant Frazier, 31.

Madrigal said a new worker felt that Frazier was not carrying his share of the load and and argument ensued. A short time later, the new worker apparently shared the concerns with his supervisor.

As the new worker was waiting for an early-morning ride home, Frazier apparently fired several gunshots, striking the victim in the leg.

Anyone with information about Frazier’s whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 559-498-7867.

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