ORLANDO, Florida.- The fatal mass shootings rampant in the U.S. violence has claimed the lives of three Dominican women of Florida, gunned Thursday yesterday by a disgruntled man.
Marcia Santiago, owner of and one of three women killed in the "Dominicanas M & M" on State Road 436 in Orlando, had desisted from a restraining order filed in Orange county court against her ex-boyfriend Bradford Baumet, who also shot and killed her two other compatriots, reports the Orlando Sentinel.
The other victims were identified as Gladys Cabrera and Noelia González Brito.
Santiago reportedly broke up with Baumet, 36, but had kept harassing and threatening to kill her.
Cabrera and Brito worked for the salon owners Santiago and Eugenia Marte, had requested the suspension of the restraining order against the assailant, despite threats that he would kill them both.
Witnesses told the Orlando Sentinel that the man went into the business ner noon and began firing at random.