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We want the Elk Grove District Attorney to go after a 2nd degree murder charge against Aaron Gacilan instead of involuntary manslaughter.

Why is this important?

Aaron Gacilan viciously kicked Alex Sanchez in the back of the head multiple times causing him to go limp and then left him 4hours with an unattended head injury. Alex is a special needs boy who the family entrusted to United Living Care Center in Elk Grove, which Aaron Gacilan family runs and owns. Alex had the mental capacity of a 2-4 year old. This care home needs to be held responsible as well as Aaron Gacilan for the brutal murder of Alex Sanchez an involutary manslaughter charge is not enough. Our family will never get to hug, laugh, see, or be with Alex again due to Aaron actions. We are grieving and need the communities support to get justice for Alex please sign and share this petition in hopes that the D.A. in Elk Grove will give our family some justice for an innocent life taken too soon by the hands of Aaron Gacilan and to prevent any other families from going through the pain he has caused ours.


Reasons for signing

  • No one should ever be harmed under the care of a care home, especially those are unable to defend themselves.
  • No one should ever be treated so horribly, especially in a Care center home that your trusting your family member to be fully cared for and they get killed because a care taker has issues. Who can you trust now day's? REALLY! My condolences to the family and friends of Alex
  • How can you not.


2020-01-23 19:52:21 -0500

1,000 signatures reached

2020-01-23 10:13:57 -0500

500 signatures reached

2020-01-23 00:01:55 -0500

100 signatures reached

2020-01-22 22:39:16 -0500

50 signatures reached

2020-01-22 21:19:56 -0500

25 signatures reached

2020-01-22 20:42:39 -0500

10 signatures reached

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