Man guns down woman during argument in Florida Walmart

Man guns down woman during argument in Florida Walmart

Woman shot to death by man at Ocala Walmart, shooter found wounded

Police say 54-year-old man David Johnson shot 30-year-old Carli Cronin in an apparent domestic dispute Saturday.

Police say Johnson left the Walmart on a bicycle after the shooting. Witnesses said the woman was arguing with a man and cried out for help before he shot her and fled the scene. The suspect is in custody after suffering a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the Ocala Police Department said on Twitter. Authorities were contacted after the victim was shot.

After the shots were fired, the man calmly exited the store.

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Ocala police are working on contacting next of kin, the post stated.

He told the Star-Banner that the victim was a roommate and they went to Walmart to buy furnishings for their apartment.

The Ocala Police Department Facebook page said the man was being taken to a hospital on Saturday afternoon due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He said the victim and the suspect dated for about nine months but were now apart and had been arguing all day.

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During those arguments, the man threatened her several times and at one point said he was "coming strapped" for her, Ballard said.

The Ocala Star-Banner reports that the woman and the shooter had been dating for nine months, but had recently broken up. Employees called 911 and attempted to intervene. Her name hasn't been released, pending notification of family members.

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