2 killed, one not expected to live after a man in Polk County work went on, sheriff says

DAVENPORT, Fla. (WFLA) – Two people have died and one is not expected to survive after detectives said a man living in Polk County at work went insane Saturday morning. Thirty-nine-year-old Shaun Runyon was in the state with a Pennsylvania electric company working for the union office of Publix Supermarkets. Judd said that by 2 am Friday, Runyon went crazy due to a problem with his superior and punched him before fleeing the area. He had not been seen or heard since. Just around 9:45 am on Saturday, the chef said paramedics received a 911 call regarding a murderer in Davenport not involved. to its employees with a baseball bat and a knife. He said the 39-year-old entered the house and stabbed and beat people. In total, seven people were at home at the time of the incident, the first being beaten to death while they were lying on their bed, Judd said. The second was severely beaten and is currently in a local hospital with “serious injuries.” Judd said the man was not expected to live due to his injuries. A third was found dead on the porch of the house, according to the chief. A fourth was chased off the road and hit by Runyon with a baseball ball on the shoulder and back position, but he is doing well. Judd said the other three victims, a man, his wife, and their seven-year-old daughter, escaped unharmed. “A horrible incident. The whole horrible incident. Searching for the 39-year-old, Judd said Runyon managed to reach a home in Lake Wales where he knocked on the door, covered in blood, telling homeowners he had just been raped. He then took off his bloody clothes and went to Lake Wales Hospital at 11:40. Judd said Runyon confessed to detectives and said he knew everything. In Pennsylvania, including a bond binding in connection with the suffocation No other statements have been released at this time.Information may change as the investigation progresses, according to the chief.

DAVENPORT, Fla. (WFLA) – Two people have died and one is not expected to survive after protesters said a man living in Polk County at work had violently left Saturday morning.

According to Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd, a prisoner, 39-year-old Shaun Runyon, was in the state with a Pennsylvania electrician working for the company’s Publix Supermarkets office.

Judd said around 2 am Friday, Runyon went insane due to a problem with his superior and punched him before fleeing the area. He had not been seen or heard since.

Shortly after 9:45 am on Saturday, the chef said paramedics received a 911 call regarding a murderer in Davenport not involved.

According to Judd, Runyon had returned to the home of an electric company that hired its staff with a baseball bat and a knife. He said the 39-year-old entered the house and stabbed and beat people. In total, seven people were at home at the time of the incident.

The first person was beaten to death while lying on their bed, Judd said. The second was severely beaten and is currently in a local hospital with “serious injuries.” Judd said the man was not expected to live due to his injuries. A third was found dead on the porch of the house, according to the chief. A fourth was chased off the road and hit by Runyon with a baseball ball on the shoulder and back position, but he is doing well. Judd said the other three victims, a man, his wife, and their seven-year-old daughter, escaped unharmed.

“It’s a scary scene. The whole incident is horrible, ”said the chief.

According to Sheriff Judd, Runyon fled the area, promoting a “vigorous search,” which consisted of several units and K-9, aircraft fleet.

About two hours after searching for a 39-year-old boy, Judd said Runyon managed to reach a home in Lake Wales where he knocked on the door, covered in blood, telling homeowners he had just been raped. He then took off his bloody clothes and went to Lake Wales Hospital around 11:40 am following advice from homeowners.

Runyon was kept by hospital paramedics.

Judd said Runyon confessed to detectives and said he knew all the victims.

“We didn’t know what made him so angry that for more than 28 hours he would come back and try to kill each of them,” the chief told reporters.

Judd noted that Runyon had a criminal record in Pennsylvania, including violent arrests and strangulation.

No other information was released at this time. Information may change as research continues, according to the chef.

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