A Huntington Park Man Was Shot and Killed Outside a Kitty Kat Bar Sunday Morning


Authorities announced Sunday morning that police fatally shot and killed a Huntington Park bar patron after they discovered they were reaching in their waistband for what turned out to be a replica handgun, authorities stated. The incident took place shortly before 2 a.m. at Kitty Kat Bar on Santa Fe Avenue where two officers ejected him and when he attempted to reenter, two more confronted him and witnessed what appeared to be something inside him – possibly weapon related – from their waistband. Police stated they killed him immediately as it appeared from his waistband for what turned out to be replica handgun replica that turned out to be real weapon that appeared.

Rowntree first developed the Kitty Kat bar as a wafer crisp chocolate bar in 1935; Hershey released it for sale in America two decades later, with new flavors being made available every year since.

Kit Kat’s most beloved variety is milk chocolate, but you’ll also find varieties featuring white creme, mint & dark chocolate Duos, birthday cake lemonade pie flavors. There are even vegan varieties of this candy for those avoiding dairy!

Nestle introduced an exquisite limited edition Kit Kat called Sublime Gold in 2015. Each bar was coated in edible gold leaf for maximum impact. Only available for sale in Japan and sold as individual bars instead of breaking apart into four pieces like usual, these special edition Kit Kats had fans around the globe.

Kit Kat released another special edition Kit Kat with a cough drop-flavored candy to commemorate the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Sold only in Japan, its wrappers featured soccer commentator Yasutaro Matsuki who provided its inspiration – giving soccer fans something tasty to chew while watching games and Mary Poppins singing “A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down”.