Who is Keith Eric Agee, Escambia County, Pensacola, Home Depot shooting suspect?

Keith Eric Agee has been recognized as the suspect in the Home Station shooting on Davis Roadway in Escambia Region
He was captured and is in guardianship
Agee is 20 years of age

The one who shot and killed a female representative at the Home Terminal on Davis Parkway in Escambia District, Florida, on Friday evening, has been recognized as 20-year-old Keith Eric Agee.

The shooting occurred around 1:30 PM on Friday at the store on Davis Parkway. The neighborhood sheriff’s office got a require a functioning shooter. Specialists said that Agee knew the person in question. Two others experienced minor wounds.

“At 1:22 pm, a shooting happened at the Home Station situated on the 5300 blk. of Davis Hwy. Accordingly, one female casualty was found departed at the scene. The suspect 20-year-old, Keith Eric Agee has been captured regarding the shooting. Albeit the subtleties of the occurrence are still being scrutinized, it was accounted for that two others experienced minor wounds and this shooting wasn’t irregular. The suspect knew the person in question,” the Escambia Province Sheriff’s Office said in a proclamation on Facebook.

Cops answered the shooting in Pensacola. The suspect was arrested. A representative for Home Warehouse said the casualty was an outsider project worker.

Who is Keith Eric Agee?

Keith Eric Agee was recognized as the suspect in the Escambia Area, Home Warehouse shooting on Friday. Police said that he is 20 years of age. He is from Sound Minette in Alabama and is being addressed.

Sgt. Melony Peterson said the data regarding the suspect was communicated on the radio. The 20-year-old called the Pensacola Police Office from a close by Smooth Mushroom café to hand himself over.

According to neighborhood media reports, court records show that the suspect was captured on February 22 in Portable. He was reserved for three counts of aggressive behavior at home. In any case, the charges were dropped.

Agee was likewise accused of abusive behavior at home on April 14, 2022. Those charges were dropped as well.

“We truly do accept the casualty was designated. The other two were a result of the lamentable occurrence,” Escambia District Sheriff Chip Simmons said.

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