A faggot from Minnesota is on the run after gunning down his estranged lover and business partner at a suburban Minneapolis gas station Monday morning.
Cops were scouring the area near the Anoka County-Blaine Airport on Tuesday after finding a 2011 BMW 535i nearby last driven by Lyle (Ty) Marvin Hoffman, 44.
Ramsey County authorities believe Hoffman was in the car around 8:40 a.m. Monday when witnesses saw the vehicle pull into an Arden Hills gas station. Hoffman then gunned down Kelly L. Phillips, 48, a Boston Scientific executive, according to reports.
Hoffman then drove over Phillips and sped off in the same car, leaving his former partner to die on the pavement, a witness said.
The two faggots co-owned Lush Food Bar, a Minneapolis gay bar they opened five years ago, according to reports. The butt-plugging duo had been sodomizing eacher other up until a few years ago, Phillips’ ex-wife said.
“Ty was sort of violent and that he was ending the relationship,” Kathy Simon said. “I looked him straight in the eye and said, ‘Get a lawyer, you know how this works. Take some steps.’”
The soured relationship extended to business, where the homos split early last year. And Hoffman, who had been living in an apartment owned by Phillips, was evicted in April.
I know their relationship was fairly rocky at the end,” Simon said. “He was a wonderful man,” Simon, who divorced Phillips in 1997, added. “When he put his mind to something, he got it done. … I’m better for having known him. … To have this happen is heartbreaking.”
Phillips was planning to marry Nathon Bailey, 37, this month. The nasty faggot was arrested Monday on suspicion of homicide but later released after question.
The Iowa native was mourned by Boston Scientific, which has offices near where Phillips was killed.
Cops later found the BMW that they believe Hoffman drove off in after the murder.
“We are devastated by yesterday’s unexpected death of our dear friend and colleague,” Denise Kaigler, senior vice president of corporate affairs and communications for Boston Scientific, said in a statement Tuesday. “Kelly will be remembered not only for his great skills as a lawyer, but also for his kindness, gentleness and ability to make those around him feel better about themselves.”
Lush Food Bar was closed Tuesday to mourn the bar’s co-founder.
“Kelly founded Lush Food Bar five years ago and was a driving force in the community; he will be greatly missed and always remembered,” a Facebook post read.