A woman dissatisfied with Manipedi’s costs shot the owner of a nail salon, police say


A 21-year-old woman was accused of shooting the owner of a Texas nail salon because she wasn’t happy with the prices of manicure and pedicure, officials said.

According to Harris County Prison records, Joana Barra was arrested Thursday and charged with aggravated assault by weapons. Her bail was set at $ 60,000 and she was scheduled to appear in court on Monday. It is unknown if Vala has a lawyer.

According to a Harris County statement, Vala and her 20-year-old sister received a manicure and pedicure, respectively, on May 29 at Katie Nails in Houston, but with the owner because they were “dissatisfied with the price of the service.” I started arguing. Sheriff’s office.

Katie Nails, Katie, Texas.  (Google map)

Katie Nails, Katie, Texas. (Google map)

Vala left her arguing sister in the store, but when she returned, a statement said the male owner tried to push her out of the store. At that point, Vala shot the owner with a pistol. , She and her sister ran away from the salon.

According to a statement from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the owner, a 42-year-old Asian man, was airlifted to the Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center in a stable critical condition.

According to a statement, Vala left her cell phone in the salon when she fled.

According to the sheriff’s office, Vala’s sister was arrested for tax evasion but was not charged in connection with the shooting at the nail salon. Prison records showed on Monday that she was no longer in custody. It was.

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