James B. Dalton killed six people and critically injured two others.
The inexplicable actions of an Uber driver on Saturday has left authorities scratching their heads as to what motivated an Uber driver to randomly shoot eight people. Jason B. Dalton, 45, who for reasons no one can understand, killed six random people and critically injured two more at three locations while on duty as an Uber driver. The Kalamazoo mass shooting took place at three locations, an apartment complex, a car dealership, and a Cracker Barrel restaurant, and made some money on the side by picking up passengers during his extracurricular activities.
A couple of customers reported him driving erratically during their ride but otherwise no one was really suspicious. It wasn’t until after the slaughter that customers went to social media and notified officials about their experiences with him. His neighbors said that he was a nice guy despite being a little paranoid and had the disturbing habit of shooting his gun out the back door and in the air but otherwise showed no signs of violent behavior. The victims were Mary Lou Nye, 63, Mary Jo Nye, 60, Dorothy Brown, 74, Barbara Hawthorne, 68, Rick Smith, and Tyler Smith. He was taken into custody without incident. He has no criminal record.
Memorial outside the Cracker Barrel restaurant where one of the three incidents took place.
This is just the latest story revolving around Uber driver’s bad behavior. Sure, there are plenty of stories of customers behaving badly, but the Kalamazoo shootings are bringing to light other stories about the drivers behaving badly.
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