Orlando gunman kills 5 people in workplace shooting
The gunman in Monday's fatal shooting spree at an Orlando, Florida, business targeted his victims and had a "negative relationship" with at least one of them, according to law enforcement.
Army veteran John Robert Neumann, Jr. killed five employees of Fiamma Inc. before killing himself, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said.
The company makes accessories for recreational vehicles. Neumann was fired from there in April. He walked into the business Monday morning and pointed his gun at a new, temporary employee and told her to leave, Demings said.
"He was certainly singling out the individuals he shot," CNN cited Demings as saying.
Police described Neumann as a disgruntled former employee acting alone with no ties to terror or subversive groups. It did not appear he had a concealed weapons permit for the semi-automatic pistol used in the shooting.
Neumann lived alone and had no family in the area, Demings said. He was an Army veteran who was honorably discharged in 1999.