Cambridge mechanic says suspect was 'nervous'
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. —
A Cambridge mechanic said Thursday that the suspect sought in the Boston Marathon bombings came to his shop earlier this week.
Gilberto Junior's garage is just a block from the Tsarnaevs' home.
"I feel angry. I feel sad. I feel mad," said Gilberto Junior.
Junior said he saw Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Tuesday when he came to pick up what he said was his girlfriend's car.
"He came acting nervous, biting his fingernails, and shaking. He said he wanted it right now. I said I haven't even started working on the car," Junior said. "He says, 'I don't care. I don't care. Right Now. Give me the keys.' He took the keys, got the car out of the parking lot and left."
It seems like a lot of people around here had at least seen the brothers at some point.
Tim Santos said he met the older brother, now dead, Tamerlan Tsarnaev a few times.
"He seemed normal. He said he was kickboxer. He smoked weed. He seemed cool. A chill kid, you know," Santos said.