Dismissed disgruntled worker accused of shooting at workplace in Hoston, police say

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from: Jesse Ullman

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Gastonia, North Carolina (WJZY) – A Charlotte man who was fired has been charged after returning to business and shooting two people, Hostonian police said Monday.

Officers responded to calls about the shots around 5:30 a.m. Sunday at the VIP Arcade on Franklin Boulevard.

A 52-year-old man with injuries and a 30-year-old woman with non-life-threatening injuries were found near the scene of the shooting.

Both were taken to hospital for treatment, police said.

The first investigation revealed that 53-year-old Trini Hollins of Charlotte was a suspect and was recently fired from the business.

Hollins was arrested later that day by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police. He has been charged with several counts, including attempted first-degree murder.

He is being held without a subscription.

Dismissed disgruntled worker accused of shooting at workplace in Hoston, police say

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