Bodega Association raises money to help family of Angel Rojas, man slain on B15 bus
BROWNSVILLE - The family of a man fatally shot on a B15 bus last week received some financial help from their community.
Angel Rojas, 39, was shot in the head on a B15 bus last Thursday as he was on his way to work. The suspect who killed him, 14-year-old Kahton Anderson, is now facing charges of second-degree murder, criminal possession of a weapon and criminal use of a firearm.
Rojas left behind a wife, Maria, and two young children. To help them cover funeral expenses, the Bodega Association of the United States raised $5,000. Rojas worked at two different bodegas and was killed as he was commuting from one job to another.
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Officials from the Bodega Association also want to establish an education fund for his two children.