Florida Walmart Shooting Suspect Not Expected to Survive

Florida Walmart Shooting Suspect Not Expected to Survive

Florida Walmart Shooting Suspect Not Expected to Survive

Ocala Police say that not long after the shooting, the 55-year-old suspect went back to his residence, where he was found with a self inflicted gunshot wound.

The incident, which happened at the Walmart located on E. Silver Springs Blvd, began in the Garden Center as a domestic dispute.

That's when the shots were fired, the Ocala police said. The woman screamed for help during the altercation, leading a store clerk to intervene and call 911.

Ocala police said this is the 12th domestic violence homicide in the county this year.

They say he then returned to at their home on NE 35th Street, just a few miles away before shooting himself.

More news: APEC summit ends with no statement amid China-US differences

They identified three people; two were treated at the scene for stress and a third person was injured during evacuations of the store. "A bunch of police show up, ambulance, fire trucks they were getting everybody out of the store I didn't know what was going on at first". He has a self-inflicted gunshot wound but is alive and being taken to a hospital. He was been taken to the hospital as well. He said the victim and the suspect dated for about nine months but were now apart and had been arguing all day.

Another customer, Colleen Wade, told the newspaper she saw a man standing over a woman and firing several times at her. He calmly left the store and rode away on a bicycle, Wade said.

Johnson's family gathered at Ocala Regional Medical Center on Saturday night.

Kenneth Johnson said Cronin was "the true love" of his brother's life.

Related news