Police: Workers feared accused office shooter

ORLANDO, FL According to documents released Thursday, an administrative assistant at the firm, Maureen Daly, told detectives that she and a co-worker had discussed devising an alarm signal if Jason Rodriguez ever showed up at the offices of Reynolds, Smith and Hills.

Rodriguez faces charges including first-degree murder.

Authorities say Rodriguez blamed the firm for hindering his efforts to secure unemployment benefits, and said his former co-workers "left me to rot." They say he walked into the office's reception area on Nov. 6, pulled a gun from a holster beneath his shirt and started shooting.

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