People Aint Isht: Step-Grandfather Of Buffalo Bills Player Goes On Shooting Spree At Old Job, Kills Two People Before Committing Suicide

- By Bossip Staff

Sad.

Man Goes On Shooting Spree

According to Mail Online

The step great-grandfather of a Buffalo Bills player went on a mass shooting spree in Union County, Florida Saturday killing two and injuring another two before committing suicide.

According to Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, Hubert Allen, Jr walked into Prichett Trucking, his former workplace, early Saturday morning and shot David Griffis.

Griffis was taken to UFHealth in Gainesville where he is currently in critical condition.

After leaving Pritchett trucking, Griffis went to owner Marvin Pritchett’s farm Rolling Oaks.
He shot and skilled farmhand Rolando Gonazalez and Pritchett.

Lewis Mabrey, Jr was also shot and is in critical condition at UFHealth.

Marvin Pritchett started Pritchett trucking in 1980 after buying a timber business in 1970 that came with three trucks.

When the timber business changed in the mid-70s and the industry was put on quotas, he shifted his energies to the trucking business.

Today the company employs well over 400 people and has grown to over 600 trailers, transporting such things as refuse, live floor, dump, flatbed, log, wood by-products, equipment, and contaminated dirt.

Allen then went back to his house where he committed suicide by shooting himself.

Investigators still don’t know what the motive of the shooting was.

Allen was the step-grandfather of Buffalo Bills running back CJ Spiller.

We understand killing yourself as sad as that may be, but it is selfish to kill other people. SMH.

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