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(Scroll down for video) A man was killed while he was picking up his kid from kindergarten, according to police reports in Arizona.
An argument between two parents, who came to pick up their children from a daycare center, turned deadly, with one man allegedly killing the other with his car.
Antonio Parrinello, 31, faces a charge of second-degree murder for the death of Carmelo D'Alessandro, who was 42-years-old.
Police said the conflict, according to witnesses, was started in the parking lot of the Spring Canyon School in Anthem, with strong words and shouts of "We will solve this fight down the street!"
Parrinello then challenged D'Alessandro to a fight at a Walmart nearby, witnesses said.
Police said that when D'Alessandro did not appear at the place, Parrinello began hunting him in his blue Ford Excursion, according to reports.
A passerby later found D'Alessandro lying in the street two blocks from the school after being hit by a vehicle. He died in a hospital.
Police said Parrinello’s vehicle had been cleaned when it was found, but a search turned up blood and other evidence of the killing.
The reason for Monday's fighting is not clear, police said.
The pair had tangled before. As early as 2007, D'Alessandro filed a restraining order against Parrinello.