Three reported dead in shooting rampage by relative of NFL’s C.J. Spiller
A 72-year-old man is reported dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a “complete shooting rampage” in Lake Butler, Fla., that killed two others. The alleged shooter has been identified as the step-grandfather of Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller.
Kaitlyn Ross is a reporter with First Coast News.
First Coast News reports:
Davis Griffis was the first victim shot around 9:20 a.m., according to Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
Allen Jr., 72, then tracked down the owner of Pritchett Trucking, Marvin Pritchett, and shot and killed him in his vehicle. Allen worked for Prichett for 35 years. Pritchett was 80 years old.
Lewis Mabary Jr., 66, was also shot by Allen. Mabary survived the shooting and helped police identify the shooter.
Allen then drove to a local bar where he shot and killed Romando Gonzales Delgado, 28, then killed himself, according to police.
1) 28 y/o Rolando Gonzalez-Delgado (deceased)
2) 45 y/o David Griffis (critical),
3) 66 y/o Lewis Mabrey, Jr. (stable)— Erica Bennett (@ericabennett) August 24, 2013
4) 80 y/o Marvin Pritchett (deceased)
5) 72 y/o Hubert Allen, Jr (deceased; shooter; Spiller's step-grandfather)— Erica Bennett (@ericabennett) August 24, 2013