SPRING, Texas (AP) - FedEx says the suspect in the Houston-area shooting that left four children and their parents dead once worked on behalf of the company but has not since January.
Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Ron Hickman says 33-year-old Ronald Lee Haskell was wearing a FedEx shirt when he appeared Wednesday at the home in the northern Houston suburb of Spring. Hickman says he "came in the guise of a FedEx driver wearing a FedEx shirt."
FedEx spokeswoman Erin Truxal said Thursday that Haskell was a delivery driver employed by a FedEx service provider.
KPRC-TV in Houston reports that a court hearing Thursday revealed Haskell kicked in the home's door when a 15-year-old girl attempted to close it. The girl was wounded in the shooting and her siblings and parents killed.
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