Jun 30, 2020
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JACKSONVILLE, Florida – One person was killed and two others were injured after a shooting Monday at an Amazon warehouse near Jacksonville, Florida, authorities said.
Police said the victims were standing outside Amazon waiting to fill out job applications.
The shooting was recorded around 2:00 p.m.in a warehouse located in the north of the city, according to news media reports.
A local television channel posted a photograph on its website showing broken glass in an employee break room, apparently from the impact of a bullet.
Jacksonville Police are investigating the incident.
Police said two male suspects, black, in their 20s, got out of a silver vehicle that was in the parking lot.
According to the authorities, the suspects ran directly towards the victim, and began indiscriminately shooting their pistols at that person.
The victim was shot dead on the spot.
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St. Paul man charged in violent liquor store robbery now under arrest in robbery, during which victim was shot
Bloomington police say they suspect a St. Paul man charged earlier this week in the violent robbery of a St. Paul liquor store was also one of two men involved in the robbery and shooting of a restaurant owner in June.
Devon Dwayne Reginald Glover, 20, of St. Paul, was charged in connection with a violent take-over robbery of McCafferty’s Fine Wine and Spirits in Macalester-Groveland. At the time, authorities said he was also possibly tied to a rash of armed robberies and carjackings.Devon Dwayne Reginald Glover (Courtesy of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office)
On Thursday, Bloomington investigators announced that Glover would face felony charges in connection with the robbery and shooting of the owner of Penn Lake Roast Beef on June 16.
Another man, Marshawn Michael Davison, 19, of Columbia Heights was also arrested Wednesday in the Bloomington case and is jailed on suspicion of aggravated robbery.
Investigators say two men shot the owner of Penn Lake Roast Beef in the upper body during a robbery of his store. The man is still hospitalized from his injuries.
“The investigation took a few weeks to get here,” said Bloomington Police Deputy Chief Mike Hartley. “But we are really happy to make arrests in this case. There’s been a lot of community support for (the owner). The victim really is a great guy and been in business here a long time.”
St. Paul police arrested Glover on Wednesday. A vehicle fled from officers after initially stopping and Glover jumped out a short time later, according to a police report.
In the McCafferty’s robbery, authorities say Glover and two juveniles allegedly robbed an employee, threatened to shoot her and then pistol whipped her when she tried to escape out a back door.
Glover reportedly grabbed a cash register on his way out, while a 17-year-old was seen carrying the cash drawer. Police who responded to the scene found the employee outside the store bleeding from her head and “visibly distraught,” according to a criminal complaint.
She was taken to a hospital, where she needed staples to close her head wounds. She told officers that she thought the suspects were going to kill her, and that she won’t ever return to her longtime job after the experience, court documents say.
Authorities believe the St. Paul robbery is tied to a rash of armed robberies and carjackings that have broken out across Ramsey County recently. According to that criminal complaint, there have been 30 reports of people being robbed or carjacked at gunpoint in a similar manner over the last month. Related Articles
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