911 calls released in fatal Orlando hotel shooting
Gunman opens fire at estranged girlfriend, shoots self
Authorities have released the 911 calls in a triple shooting that unfolded at two hotels in the tourist district of Orlando and left two women dead in September.
A third woman was shot and injured in the domestic incident, according to officials, who said the gunman, identified as Michelet Polynice, was later found dead after apparently shooting himself while fleeing deputies.
In the call, the caller tells dispatchers about the man, later determined to be Polynice, walking into the Quality Inn Suites and shooting at the front desk..
"I believe there's been a robbery and somebody's been shot behind the desk," the caller told dispatchers. "There was a guy in here with a gun, we heard a couple of shots in the dining room and he came into the dining room he fired a couple of random shots in the air and took off."
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Two 28-year-old women, Polynice's estranged girlfriend Carlene Pierre and Vanessa Gonzalez-Orellanes, were shot while working at the Quality Suites at 7400 Canada Ave. near International Drive.
Polynice then went to the Westgate Lakes Resort & Spa at 10000 Turkey Lake Road, about 2.5 miles from the other hotel, and shot Pierre's 31-year-old friend, Jean Guerline, who was a housekeeper at the resort, deputies said.
Demings said deputies served a domestic violence injunction Wednesday night in connection with incidents in Osceola and Orange counties
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