‘General Hospital’ Actor Shot and Killed in Downtown Los Angeles While Interrupting Catalytic Converter Theft | The Gateway Pundit


Meanwhile in the Democrat hellhole of Los Angeles…

General Hospital soap actor Johnny Wactor, 37, was shot and killed Saturday morning in downtown Los Angeles during a robbery.

According to reports, Johnny Wactor interrupted three thieves trying to steal the catalytic converter from his car. Wactor’s mother Scarlett told TMZ that her son did not try to fight the thieves because he initially thought his car was being towed but they fatally shot him anyway.

The three assailants fled the scene in a vehicle.

Johnny Wactor was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

TMZ reported:

Johnny Wactor — an actor best known for appearing in nearly 200 episodes of “General Hospital” — has died, TMZ has learned.

Wactor was shot and killed in downtown Los Angeles early Saturday morning, his mother Scarlett tells TMZ. She says Johnny was with a coworker when they saw three men messing with Johnny’s car. While authorities haven’t release his name, this matches the description of an incident where three suspects allegedly tried to steal a catalytic converter.

Scarlett says she was told Johnny didn’t try to fight or stop them … but, the men shot him anyway before taking off. According to police info, paramedics rushed to the scene just after 3 AM PT. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Police have not provided a description of the suspects … but, Johnny’s mother says she hopes they’ll be found quickly.

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