Skip to comments.Unhappy Customer Shoots, Kills Clerk Before Killing Self, Police Say
Posted on 05/13/2011 11:01:01 AM PDT by edpc
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A woman who was dissatisfied with a local auto business shot and killed the store clerk before killing herself Friday morning.
The shooting occurred shortly before 10 a.m. at the Ohio Engine and Transmission Exchange at 3265 McKinley Avenue.
Police told NBC4 that a customer of the business was unhappy with the work being done on her vehicle's transmission, walked into the office and shot the store's clerk. Police said she then walked across the street and shot herself.
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FYI. Beware of the San Margarita market next door. It’s been long rumored that it’s a drug front money laundering operation.
OMG! I know this place as we have sent somethign to them to do. They do good work. The articles says she was displeased with somethign doe last year and they went through mediation for it. I know their work is only guaranteed for X amount of time could be that she wasn’t pleased that it went back out on her after that time?
Shooting the clerk shows how whacked she was. Channel 6 reported that she fired at the mechanics as well, but missed.
Supposedly she had filed suit against the shop.
That would not surprise me. I was at the auto shop one evening to get some things from my car before they worked on it. There were some odd characters next door at the market.
When I first saw the live shots of the scene, I was thinking that the market might have been the focal point, for just those reasons. That wouldn’t have surprised me.
For the private sector, every goes up except wages and income...
The stress noose tightens.
Walking time bombs.
I’m afraid it’ll get worse and these types of incidents will rise.
Better late than never Ohio ping.
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