An Orlando man allegedly shot and killed a victim at a 7-Eleven after being invited to participate in a candlelight vigil, police said.
Orlando police officers responded to a 7-Eleven around 9:15 p.m. on July 24 after Hall called 911, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
What Hall said during the call has been redacted from a police affidavit obtained by the Sentinel.
Officers arrived and detained Hall, according to the Orlando Sentinel. Shortly after, police were notified that Corey Harris, 30, had been taken to a nearby hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.
A witness allegedly told police he saw Harris walk over to several people at the gas station, including Hall, and invite them to a candlelight vigil that night for a friend whom Harris said was murdered last week, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
The witness told police there was no argument between Hall and Harris before the shooting, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
Hall allegedly fired two shots at Harris while sitting in the driver’s seat of his car, then fired another round as he exited the vehicle, causing Harris to fall face down on the ground, according to the witness.
The witness heard a fourth gunshot before Harris got up, ran to the witness’ vehicle, and said he needed to go to the hospital, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Investigators later found four shell casings near Hall’s red Ford Mustang parked at the 7-Eleven and a firearm on the driver’s seat, according to the report obtained by the Orlando Sentinel.
About an hour after the shooting, police said Harris died from his wounds, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Hall is being held at the Orange County Jail without bond.