Upstate New York Shootings Kill Four
Four people are dead and one injured after a hospital worker shoots two Saturday outside a Brockport hospital and then continued the slaying in Canandaigua, reports the Democrat and Chronicle.
The suspect, Frank Garcia, 34, of Hamlin was charged in Monroe County with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted second-degree murder and ballastic evidence has connected him to both crime scenes, reported CNN.
The shootings continued in Ontario County and Ontario County District Attorney Michael Tantillo told CNN charges of first-degree murder will be presented to a grand jury there as well.
Randall Norman, 41, and Mary Sillman, 23, were the victims of the shooting outside of Lakeside Memorial Hospital in Brockport, where Garcia works as a nurse.
Garcia then left the scene and traveled to another county where he went door to door looking for Christopher Glatz, 45, and his wife, Kim, 38. They were killed "execution-style" and in the presence of their teenage children, Ontario County Sheriff Philip Povero told CNN.
"He was in fact looking for the residence," Povero told CNN. "He was saying different things to different people, but he was clearly looking for that home."
The homocides were a shock to the communities; it was the first in Brockport in at least 10 years and the first in Canandaigua in two years.