A disgruntled employee is currently being charged with murder of his own boss because he was soon going to be dismissed owing of some misconduct. US Postal employee named Deshaune K. Stewart is accused of killing the Dublin Postmaster and his supervisor in separate shootings just a few days before the Christmas. The police have arrested the suspect and he is charged with aggravated murder and murder in a deadly shooting at a post office. The police believe that after shooting 2 people the suspect later moved to Apartment Complex in North Columbus and started beating up another victim. Police thinks that it is some type of workplace violence. According to the police the angry employee shot and killed a man and after that he killed a woman at separate locations but both of them were actually an employee of the post office including the killer.
When the Stewart was brought to court the eyewitnesses confirmed that they saw someone quite similar to Stewart who was without clothes shooting the 52-year-old Lance Herrera in the post office in Dublin.
It is worth noting that Mr Stephen was already under investigation by the US Postal Service and they were going to terminate him so it looks like it was a planned retaliation from the employee for his employer. The supervisor which got killed was actually an in-charge of his investigation
After the suspect went on a shooting spree in post office he then visited an apartment complex in North Columbus where he knocked down a woman to the ground and started beating her up. Later the same woman going through a force trauma to her had died. Please read this statement from Kathryn Woliung, the US Postal inspector below which is reported by the TV 10.
We can confirm that shooting incidents occurred at the Dublin, Ohio Post Office along with a related shooting at the Bowland Place apartment complex in the early morning hours of December 23, 2017. Because this tragic matter is the subject of an ongoing investigation by the Postal Inspection Service and local law enforcement, we are not yet in a position to provide details concerning the incidents, although we can say the suspect believed to be responsible for the shootings was apprehended and is in custody. We are referring all additional media inquiries to the Southern District of Ohio U.S. Attorney’s Press Office and they will provide additional information at the appropriate time.