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Posted on 08/05/2009 4:05:52 PM PDT by KeyLargo
Posted: Wednesday, 05 August 2009 4:37PM
Pillsbury employee kills co-worker outside plant
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) - Authorities say a Pillsbury plant employee crashed his car through the southern Indiana factory's security gate during a shift change and then fatally shot a co-worker.
Police say the shooting at the plant Wednesday morning came as officers were investigating a report of gunshots outside a home that was less than a mile away. New Albany Police Capt. Keith Whitlow says neither the suspect nor the victim lived at the home.
Floyd County Coroner Leslie Knable told The Tribune that the shooting involved a ``love triangle'' between a woman who lived at the house, the suspect and the victim. The victim was identified as 48-year-old Christopher J. Trowell of Louisville, Ky.
The suspect, who was arrested outside the plant, is believed responsible for both the shooting at the house.
A friend of mine in college wrote a story about a family who set out to kill Poppin’ Fresh.
They succeeded (in the story), but when they got their next roll, Little Poppy popped out.
No doubt the guy owed him some dough.
Should have waited for that yeast infection to go terminal !
I came here for the FR humor. I was not dissappointed.
who lived at the house, the suspect and the victim. The victim was identified as 48-year-old Christopher J. Trowell of Louisville, Ky."
“Love Triangles” in the workplace.
They never end well.
I once had to pull an employee off of his wife (also an employee) while he was choking her. She was banging his cousin (also an employee) who lived with them.
When I fired him and dragged him to the door, it was his wife and cousin who picked them up in HIS CAR, which they’d stolen while he was at work.
I miss being a manufacturing supervisor.
Pillsbury Doughboy with a Glock... : ) But seriously, these recent shootings are tragic, pray for the families of the victims (and from the gym shooting too)
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