C.J. Spiller's Step-Grandfather Goes on Murder Suicide Spree in North Florida
Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller's step-grandfather reportedly went on a shooting spree in North Florida that left three people dead, including himself, and two others injured.
On Saturday morning, Hubert Allen Jr. shot a man at the trucking company he worked for.
Allen also went to the company owner's farm and shot and killed Marvin Pritchett, the company's owner, and a farmhand working on the farm. He also shot another man.
According to WCJB, Allen then returned to his home where he shot and killed himself.
Two of the victims are reportedly in critical condition, including the first man shot at the trucking company.
So far, police are still searching for a motive.
WCJB also confirmed that Allen is C.J. Spiller's step-grandfather.
We'll update this post as more information becomes available
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