Saturday, March 15, 2014
Black man fatally stabs boss over photo
Tilus Lebrun, 36, was arrested after he fatally stabbed restaurant owner Dimitrios Karaloukas because the boss took a photo of him without his permission. Lebrun worked at Jimmy The Greek Taverna Restaurant in Boca Raton, where he pulled out a knife and stabbed the restaurant’s 61-year-old owner. The owner was sitting down in the restaurant when he was attacked by Lebrun. He was stabbed three times on his left side and once in his back and later died of his injuries. An unidentified male who was an employee at the restaurant was also attacked by Lebrun. The victim was stabbed numerous times and is undergoing life-saving surgery at Delray Medical Center. Deputies found Lebrun near the restaurant outside wearing an apron and holding a large knife. He later told deputies, “I killed him because he took my photograph on March 2nd and posted it on the Internet,” according to authorities. Lebrun has been charged with first degree premeditated murder and murder while engaged in a certain felony offense.