Tilus Lebrun te admèt bay lapolis ke se li ki touye Dimitrios Karaloukas Bòs li , paske misye pran photo li san pémisyon epi poste li sou Internet la .
Dapré yn Pwoch Tilus Lebrun di misye gen 3 Timoun ayiti li konen yo pwal soufwi men y'ap viv ,Tilus Lebrun deklare se yon leson , li tap bayMesye Dimitrios Karaloukas pou'l respekte moun .
Dapré Infòmasyon palecho.com te jwen sou Cbs12.com Mesye Dimitrios Karaloukaspa te gen 61 lane te mouri sou ka bann lopital a 8:45pm
Palecho.com CBS12 BOCA RATON, Fla. -- A restaurant worker stabbed and killed the business owner and seriously injured a co-worker Thursday night in front of horrified dinner customers.
According to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office police report, Tilus Lebrun, 42, of 217 NW 15th Court in Pompano Beach told a Haitian PBSO deputy that he killed owner Dimitrios Karaloukas, 61, because he took a picture of him and posted it online.
Employees and patrons of the restaurant told deputies that Karaloukas was sitting in the restaurant dining area when Lebrun attacked him with a large knife, which some witnesses described to CBS12 as a meat cleaver.
They said Lebrun walked up to Karaloukas and stabbed him three times in the left side and once in the back for no apparent reason, according to the report.
Karaloukas, patrons and employees quickly left the restaurant.
Deputies aren't clear when the second victim, a male co-worker, was stabbed, but he was taken to Delray Medical Center in critical condition.
His identity and updated condition have not been released.
Karaloukas died from his injuries at about 8:45 p.m. Thursday, PBSO reported.
The emergency call came at about 7:30 p.m. from Jimmy the Greek Taverna Restaurant at 8221 Glades Road. Callers reported that an employee fled the restaurant wearing a black apron while carrying a large knife. Deputies found Lebrun nearby on Glades Road.
Joseph Scurto, who is Karaloukas step-brother, told CBS12 News partner Sun Sentinel that Karaloukas was a family man who loved his wife, kids and grandkids.
"He loved what he did, he loved the people that he served," Scurto said in a phone call from his home in New York on Friday. "If someone came in and they didn't have money, he would take care of them."
After the stabbing while in a deputy's cruiser, Lebrun asked him if he was Haitian, and when the deputy said yes, Leburn spoke to him in Creole saying "I killed him because he took my photograph on March 2 and posted it on the internet."
In an interview at PBSO headquarters, Lebrun told the deputy "They need to learn how to respect people. I have three kids in Haiti. I know they will suffer, but they will survive," according to the report. The deputy said while en route to the interview, Lebrun repeatedly said Karaloukas had taken his photo without permission.
Lebrun is held without bond in Palm Beach County Jail on a charge of first-degree murder.
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