Police Make An Arrest Following A Shooting At Walmart Today
A shooting at a Walmart in Newberry Township, Pennsylvania, has left an Unidentified man with apparent gunshot wounds to the leg and a woman hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the head. Police have not released any additional details. Ramps off of Interstate 83 northbound are closed because of the shooting. Newberry Township Police are investigating the situation. As of this writing, the suspect has been identified as Pedro Rosado-Fernandez.
Unidentified man suffering from apparent gunshot wounds to the leg
Police in Blue Springs, Minnesota, have made an arrest following a shooting at Walmart in New Sudbury today. A man suffering from apparent gunshot wounds to the leg was found in the parking lot. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Witnesses say the shooting was preceded by an argument. Police also say a 4-year-old boy was shot while sleeping in an apartment. He was transported to the hospital by a family member, but later died.
Unidentified woman taken to UC West Chester
A wounded employee of a Walmart in western Pennsylvania is in critical condition after being shot. She was working at the front of the store as a greeter when the shooting occurred. The suspect’s car was found in Hamilton, and a passenger in the car is cooperating with police. There are no signs that the woman was a patient at the hospital. The hospital is investigating the incident.
An Ohio man has been formally identified as Adam Black, 35, who was pronounced dead after a fatal shooting at a Walmart in suburban Columbus on Saturday. Black was a Walmart shopper who had attempted to thwart a robbery attempt. He had tried to stop the suspect, Anthony Brown, by stopping him in his tracks. The robbery attempt led to a confrontation and Brown fired several shots, one of which struck an employee of the store.
Police say the suspect is a convicted felon. He is charged with homicide in the case. Witnesses say that Black was driving an old white car and shot a man inside. He was also allegedly driving a stolen vehicle. It is unclear what motive the shooter had for shooting the victims. The suspect’s car was recovered and a passenger is cooperating with police.
A man who tracked down his ex-girlfriend in a York County Walmart today is charged with aggravated assault and reckless endangerment. The shooting happened in the back of the store when two men were arguing, and one of them reportedly shot the other in the arm. More than 45 police cars responded to the shooting scene, including seven ambulances. Since Friday’s shooting, at least four other people have been shot, but none of those shootings were connected. In fact, the number of homicides in York County has grown to 15 this year.
Police say Pedro Rosado-Fernandz and his girlfriend went into Walmart around 4 p.m. when Rosado-Fernandez’s girlfriend received a text from Huertas, asking where she was in the store. Rosado-Fernandez then approached her with a box cutter. He then asked someone to call 911 and told store employees he was shooting. The two women were then separated. After the shooting, Rosado-Fernandez called 911 and was detained by an off-duty police officer.
Unidentified woman treated at hospital
A woman who told police she was shot outside of a Florida Walmart on Monday was admitted to a hospital with a non-life threatening injury. Police discovered that the woman had not been telling the truth and had been transported to a hospital hours after the alleged incident. The suspect has yet to be identified. Authorities are investigating the shooting and are working to find a motive for the crime. Police are asking for information from anyone with information.
Officials from the hospital have not released information about the woman’s condition or where she is being treated. They have said that they are investigating the incident and have not yet decided what personnel actions to take. The video shows the unidentified woman in a state of shock, looking confused as she moves her hands about. Although the woman is not speaking, Baraka chided the hospital for the way she was treated. The hospital is still determining how to respond to the shooting and could take personnel action. Meanwhile, Baraka wants the results of the investigation to be made public.
Anthony Brown charged with aggravated robbery
A robbery took place today at a Wal-Mart in Hamilton, Ohio, and police have arrested a suspect. Anthony Brown was arrested at the Fairfield Inn, located about 15 miles from the store, and multiple agencies conducted searches. It is unclear whether Brown was inside the hotel when he opened fire, but he later jumped out of a first-floor window and dropped a handgun. Police took Brown into custody and spoke about their concern for the people in the area.
The shooter was identified as Anthony Brown, who is 32 years old and from Columbus, Ohio. The incident began around 7 a.m. on Thursday. The suspect was out on bond, and the police said he was in the store to steal electronics. When a store employee tried to stop him, he opened fire, and Brown was able to flee the scene. Afterwards, another store employee tried to restrain Brown, but was fatally shot.
Road rage theory
A possible road rage theory may be to blame for the double shooting that occurred at a Walmart parking lot earlier today. The shooting involved two men who were driving in a Lexus when the suspect opened fire on them. A third passenger was not injured. The victims continued driving for several miles before stopping at Walmart to call 911. Authorities have not yet released the identities of the people responsible for the shooting. A homicide investigation will likely be initiated.
Police say a grey Civic followed the minivan and fired multiple shots into it. One male and one female passenger in the car were struck multiple times. Both were taken to a hospital as Priority 1 patients. The gunman stayed at the scene of the shooting, but was apprehended by police officers. The gunman’s car had two passengers, a woman and a child. The driver of the grey Civic was not injured.
Suspect still at large
An officer has identified the suspect as Davin Darayle Saunders. Saunders is currently wanted on several homicide-related charges in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. The suspect is also wanted in connection with the shooting death of Karen Cooper. The suspect escaped the scene on foot before arriving in Cheyenne. Police have not revealed what the suspect was wearing, but they believe he was wearing a mask.
The Walmart shooting was the latest mass shooting in the country. Earlier this week, two people were shot at random outside the store. Police were called after the first victim, a man, was shot in the back. A second person was injured but did not require surgery. Authorities are currently examining surveillance footage and interviewing witnesses. The shooting occurred just before the Thanksgiving holiday, and the suspect remains at large. Authorities are also searching for a possible motive.
Police are asking the public to remain calm after the incident. Authorities are working to identify the suspect, who is in jail on a $5 million bond. Authorities believe that Brown was attempting to steal a cellphone. Police are seeking a mental health professional to help identify the deceased. Police say the suspect may have been armed with a handgun while trying to rob the store. The suspect was wearing a dark safety mask and dark clothing when he escaped the scene.