Selasa, 10 Mei 2016

Search continues for gunman who killed truck driver - WJXT Jacksonville

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The sister of a truck driver shot and killed on the side of Interstate 10 on Saturday after an obvious road rage incident is looking the other truck driver wanted within the killing a coward.

Jacksonville police talked about forty four-year-historic George Guerrero, from New Jersey, became shot just earlier than 2 p.m. on I-10 eastbound west of Chaffee road.

murder detectives said the taking pictures took region after the shooter's automobile begun tailgating Guerrero's tractor-trailer, which had moved to left lane to keep away from construction. When Guerrero moved back into the correct lane, an orange semi pulled alongside and looked as if it would bump the victim's rig. The sufferer's truck then veered off the toll road and drove into the woods. Police said Guerrero was shot as the 2d semi passed him. 

When Guerrero became discovered useless in the cab of his semi, the Florida highway Patrol changed into called believing the crash resulted in a site visitors fatality. Troopers called the JSO when it turned right into a homicide investigation.

Police describe the shooter as a black man with a beard driving an early 2000s/mid 2000s dull orange Century or Columbia Freightliner cab pulling a fifty three-foot white trailer.

"I feel he's a coward. I suppose he is disgusting," Guerrero's sister, Malissa Kunz, pointed out. "He has sickened and hurt this entire family unit. He took a person that turned into cherished, cared about, that cherished individuals, loved lifestyles and he must turn himself in and face the fact the he killed somebody."

The Florida motorway Patrol has issued an alert to different legislations enforcement corporations along I-10 and i-ninety five north and south and alerted industrial vehicle weigh stations within the area. The huge rig may have hurt to the passenger aspect.

If a truck fails to cease at a weigh station, it really is a red flag and either FHP or Florida branch of Motor motors enforcement officers will tune them down.

Trooper Larry Favors is a commercial car enforcement officer and specializes in massive rigs. He pointed out looking for a specific lengthy-haul rig is like looking for a needle in a haystack. and since truckers are a community, you proceed cautiously when inquiring for assistance.

"I's all in the means you method the driver," Favors spoke of. "You simply variety of talk. occasionally they leave their CB radios on. that you can hear. They don't understand they're leaving their radios on."

anybody with any suggestions reference this homicide is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff's office at 904-630-0500 or e-mail us at To remain nameless and obtain a possible reward as much as $3,000 contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-suggestions.

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