Anchorage Alaska: Filipino Caregiver shot dead by patient.
A Filipino caregiver earned multiple gunshots in his body by its client named Paul Miller, a 51 year old resident of a small assisted-living home located in Anchorage Alaska. The incident happened on Tuesday evening August 12, 2012, after Miller shot the Filipino man named Eduardo Escalante, 63 years old, he then reported it to 911 stating that he shot his caretaker and stating “just shot the Filipino” reported by Dispatch News. Paul Miller was waiting outside his home waiting for the police at 309 E. 24th Ave, holding a .380- calibre semiautomatic handgun. Miller was taken into custody and charged with first and second degree murder. Eduardo Escalante’s body was fund inside the home Allison Assisted Living Home, his gunshot were at his neck, torso and arm based on the files by Anchorage District Court. Escalante was working at the assisted-living home with his wife, moved from Philippines last March. A witness stated that before the incident Escalante was in the kitchen at the same time watching television wile Miller was outside on the phone. The witness said he didn’t saw the shooting but heard four gunshots inside the house. Now Miller was in Police custody and have appeared in court last August 13, 2014 at Anchorage Correctional Complex. He was charge with 99 years in jail and a fine of $500,000.00 Based on the reports, Miller already has criminal records which includes assault, criminal trespassing, shoplifting, intoxicated driving, and disorderly conduct between 1982 and 1991. The motives and intentions of the shooting hasn’t been stated yet, Millers was set to bail at $500,000.00 cash, if he does he is refrained from getting close at 309 E. 24th Ave. and he is not allowed to possess any firearms.