Florida Dog Sale Disagreement Results In The Deaths Of A Kid And Two Adults

A quarrel over the private sale of a dog is believed by police to have led to the deaths of a toddler, two adults and a toddler late on Saturday inside an apartment complex in Jacksonville, Florida.

Florida Dog Sale Disagreement Results In The Deaths Of A Kid And Two Adults

Just before 10 o’clock in the evening, deputies responded to reports of gunfire at an apartment complex, according to Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Assistant Chief J.D. Stronko.

Four people and a three-year-old child travelled to the development “possibly” to perform a private dog sale for reasons unknown to the sheriff’s office, according to their findings when they arrived, according to Stronko.

Four of the five people were shot during a dispute that broke out during the meeting in a breezeway between two of the apartment buildings.

Stronko noted that the three-year-old victim of the shooting later passed away.

A third adult was hurt, and two more adults lost their lives to gunfire.

Witnesses told police that they saw two unidentified Black guys leaving the scene in a black vehicle.

Police have not yet been able to identify any of the people, and the injured victim’s condition is still unknown.

The inquiry is still ongoing, and witnesses and victims are still being questioned by the investigators.

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