Florida Motorcycle Club Shooting
Three men died and one man was wounded in an early Friday Florida Motorcycle Club Shooting started by a showdown. authorities said.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office says agents are searching for suspects who may have fled the region in Orlando, yet specialists are as yet not satisfactory whether the individuals who passed on or were harmed discharged a weapon themselves.
Breaking overnight: 3 dead, 1 injured in Orange County shooting.
2000 block of N. Forsyth Road.
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John W. Mina Statement
“There were various shots discharged, there was conceivably more than one shooter,” Orange County Sheriff John W. Mina told journalists early Friday.
Mina said some witnesses have spoken to investigators and given some details about the confrontation that led to the shooting.
“The only thing that we have learned so far is that there was an argument, confrontation over someone’s motorcycle, maybe a disagreement about something,” Mina said.
Mina said the shooting is not related to gang activity that’s been prevalent in the county over the past several weeks.
“There’s no immediate threat to anyone in the area or who works nearby,” said Mina, adding that all the people involved likely knew each other.
Investigators are checking surveillance video from nearby businesses for any other clues.
The shooting comes a day after a triple shooting at a Melbourne restaurant.
Florida Motorcycle Club Shooting Victims
Mina said the man who is recovering at the hospital has not been cooperating with authorities.