CASSELBERRY, Fla. - Police have released the names of the victims shot at a Casselberry shopping center, and the name of the suspected shooter who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Police said Gladys Cabrera, 52 ,a customer at the salon and Noelia Gonzalez-Brito, 28, an employee at the salon, were both shot and killed by 36-year-old Bradford Baumet. The third victim's identity hasn't been released.
Police said Baumet was targeting his ex-girlfriend who worked at the salon Marcia Santiago, 44. She is in serious condition at Orlando Regional Medical Center.
The shooting occurred Thursday around 11 a.m. at the Dominicana Hair Salon at the Casselton Corner plaza off State Road 436 near Aloma Avenue and Howell Branch Road.
Local 6 has learned Baumet was served with a temporary injunction for domestic violence on Oct 9 in Orange County and was scheduled to appear in court on Thursday. The owner of the salon also filed an injunction earlier in the month.
"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.'"Casselton Shopping Center
Baumet was found dead inside a home in the 1300 block of Paradise Lane near Dike Road. Authorities said Baumet came to the house shortly after 11 a.m. where his two friends lived. Baumet came in very agitated, anxious and upset "about a problem he couldn't fix" and didn't tell the people about the shooting, according to authorities.
"He went inside the residence again they were friends of his, very anxious, very upset told them that he was having problems, told them that he could not remedy those problems and proceeded to take out a firearm and to kill himself," said Heather Smith of the Seminole County Sheriff's Office.
Baumet then pulled out a gun and took his own life. No one else was injured inside the Paradise Lane home and one of the people inside the home called 911 at around 11:15 a.m. Three people were at the house at the time of the shooting.
Local 6 is also learning more about the victims killed in the shooting. One woman was four months pregnant and was also a mother of a young child, according to the victim's brother.
Video from Local 6 news helicopter Sky 6 showed crime tape in front of several businesses in the plaza.
Residents in the Winter Park neighborhood say chaos erupted when Baumet
"The next think I know I find out someone got shot and I'm like, in my neighborhood? That's not right, it's a quiet neighborhood, it shouldn't be like that," said Austyn Heaps.
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