Hurricane relief worker shoots co-workers at Greyhound Bus Station

Ledesma Vonzell Wooden was arrested for shooting his co-workers, a report states. (PHOTO: Okaloosa County Jail)

Hurricane Michael relief worker shoots two people at a Greyhound Bus Station in Fort Walton Beach. At 5:35 p.m, Fort Walton Beach Police (FWBP) confirmed to Channel 3 News the weapon has been found on Elm and Hollywood behind a business sign.

Fort Walton Beach Police Major Tony Hart told Channel 3 News Ledesma Wooden of Houston was standing outside a company van when he opened fire on his co-workers sitting in the van.

A report reveals Phillip Earl Lydia, 49, of Houston was shot in the leg but released Wednesday. Aija Rai Hunter, 24, of Houston was shot in the abdomen and was later pronounced dead at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center. A third co-worker, Theodies Shepherd, also of Houston, was not hit.

According to a report, the shooting happened on Wednesday just after 8:30 p.m. at the Greyhound Bus Station located on the 100 block of Perry in Fort Walton Beach.

Maj. Hart said a verbal altercation led to the shooting but he didn’t elaborate on what it was about.

A report reveals Wooden fled the scene and was arrested on Elm Street two hours later.

He is now charged with homicide, attempted murder and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Maj. Hart said additional charges are pending.

The FWPD is not releasing the name of the company the relief workers worked for at this time.

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