Edgewater, Fla. — Man at a drug depot Police, who entered, met anonymously in Florida on Tuesday and said they shot and killed an ex-girlfriend and her friend before pointing the gun at himself.
Quinton Hunter brandished a gun shortly after attending a meeting Monday night, Edgewater Police Chief Joseph Mahoney said at a press conference Tuesday. About 20 other participants escaped unharmed and called the police, he said.
Erica Hoffman and Ian Greenfield were already dead when officers arrived, the chief said.At some point after the shooting, Hunter began recording Facebook Live, He was shown wearing goggles and breathing heavily.
"From the timeline we got, he had already shot Mr. Greenfield, and fired a few more shots before he was dead or dead." I think I did," Chief said. "But he didn't make any comments or communicate with us. He was just out of breath. It was very strange." Officers attempted to contact and negotiate with the suspects before finding the two dead inside, the post said.
Hunter had a violent criminal record, the chief said. He also said that investigators were still trying to figure out the relationship between Greenfield and Hoffman, and that Hunter may have been motivated by jealousy. It was held at the offices of Be The Bridge, a non-profit organization that helps people get a fresh start in life.
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