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Man, 36, arrested for senior citizen's death

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A man assaulted last week at the Sunshine Plaza in Ordot dies on Wednesday, prompting the arrest of his alleged assailant. 36-year-old Anthony Frankie Cabrera Celis was arrested for negligent homicide.

Police have identified the victim as 65-year-old George Guevara Diones.

An autopsy revealed Diones died from bleeding to the brain.

His manner of death ruled a homicide.

According to witnesses, the victim was assaulted just outside the Krispy Klene Laundromat on Friday.

The suspect was seen leaving in a white Toyota pickup, which was traced to Celis.

Celis, when interviewed police, reportedly admitting to assaulting Diones.

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