- "My girl's broken down, idiota. I told her a hundred times about going out without me."
- — Alonzo to Franklin
Alonzo is a young Latino man, possibly of Mexican descent, who seems to be a regular of the Downtown Cab Co., considering that the manager Raul is already acquainted with his prepotent attitude, even going as far as saying that Alonzo is "a bit of a dick".
He shows a condescending, aggressive and macho attitude, recalling punching a Families or Ballas member who attempted to seduce his girlfriend, Liz Macallen or even picking a fight with Franklin after he gives a compliment to her. He seems to be prone to abuse his girlfriend physically and verbally, forcing her to do housework or threatening to beat her. Alonzo even went so far as to beating up Liz's stepbrother when he hugged her goodbye because he "wasn't blood".
Events of GTA V
Alonzo will be waiting to be picked up by Franklin outside the ULSA campus on Richman Street in Richman. He requests to be taken to Elgin Avenue, under the Olympic Freeway, to find his girlfriend and her wrecked vehicle.
Along the ride, Alonzo make some comments about his girlfriend, saying that some of the members of The Families try to hit on her all the time, and ask Franklin if they don't have enough girls of their own ethnicity, to which Franklin says that he is not even going to answer that question.
Once Franklin reaches his destination, he sees Alonzo's girlfriend and compliments her, making Alonzo jealous, he then pulls Franklin out of the vehicle to fight.
It is possible for Franklin to beat him up unarmed (a requirement to get the bonus from the mission) or to use a melee weapon to dispose of him. If Franklin uses a weapon, Alonzo will be dead; however if Franklin beats him up with his fists, Alonzo will be unconscious as indicated by the dialogue between his girlfriend and Franklin. Franklin can also alternatively point a gun at him, to which Alonzo will simply run away.
- As most Latino characters, he tends to speak in Spanglish, which is a mix of English and Spanish very common with the Mexican-American residents of Los Santos.