The 911 calls in the Casselberry salon shooting that resulted in the death of three women have been released on Friday.
In the calls, the scene unfolds after 36-year-old Bradford Baumet walked into the Dominicana Hair Salon at the Casselton Corner plaza off State Road 436 and shot the four women with a stolen gun.
"Hurry up there's four people that have been shot in the head," the caller tells the dispatcher, crying. "My mother."
Marcia Santiago, 44, the ex-girlfriend and target of the shooter, is in serious condition at Orlando Regional Medical Center. Gladys Cabrera, 52 ,a customer at the salon, Noelia Gonzalez-Brito, 28, an employee and salon owner Eugenia "Mari" Marte were killed.
Investigators said Baumet was targeting Santiago, who filed a domestic injunction against him earlier this month. Baumet was expected to appear in court on Thursday and his family told Local 6 he was having mental problems.
"He's been having problems he's mentally unstable," said one of Baumet's cousins. "We've been telling her 'keep away from him. Keep away from him.'"
Baumet shot and killed himself inside a home in the 1300 block of Paradise Lane near Dike Road where his friends lived. Police said Baumet came in very agitated, anxious and upset "about a problem he couldn't fix" and didn't tell the people about the shooting.
Domestic violence advocates say signs were also there in another incident last month. In September, Michelet Polynice walked into a International Drive hotel, shot and killed his ex-girlfriend and her co-worker. Polynice then drove to another nearby hotel and shot his ex-girlfriend's best friend.