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Gurminder Singh Parmar Killed in Liquor Store Shooting


Business Owner Killed in Fatal Lodi Incident

Lodi, CA (November 13, 2020) – A business owner was killed at a shooting at his Lodi liquor store. The fatal incident occurred on the evening of November 13 at Tokay Liquors, located at 8 E. Lockeford Street.

Police found Gurminder Singh Parmar, 59, with a gunshot wound to his chest. He was allegedly the victim of a robbery. Emergency crews tried to perform life-saving measures, but Parmar died at the scene. The Stockton resident was known as Gary and was well-liked in the community. 

Nobody has been arrested for the murder as of yet. The incident is under investigation.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Gurminder Singh Parmar.

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