DENVER (CBS4) – Victor Arenas-Foote, 28, has been convicted of murdering Paul Dakan on Dec. 15, 2019. The deadly shooting happened at a towing facility at 48th Avenue and Washington Street.

Victor Arenas-Foote (credit: Denver Police)

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Dakan, 36, was rushed to the hospital where he later died.

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According to prosecutors, Arenas-Foote shot Dakan in the back of the head because his car had been impounded and he did not want to pay the $300 towing fee.

Adams County deputies spotted the car near Northglenn Drive and Grant Street less than 20 minutes later. During a search, deputies found a .38 caliber semi-automatic handgun in Arenas-Foote’s pocket.

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Arenas-Foote was found guilty of both first and second-degree murder. He will be sentenced on Nov. 12.

Jennifer McRae