A 72-year-old Lake Butler man who killed himself after fatally shooting his former boss and a coworker and wounding two others left a hand-written note listing targets, Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead said Monday.
Starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Hubert Allen Jr., a longtime employee of Pritchett Trucking Company, sent members of Lake Butler looking for answers after the sheriff's office said the man drove to several locations in Union County, shot four men and returned to his farm to kill himself.
Whitehead said the sheriff's office recovered Allen's "suicide note" Saturday afternoon. It was three-quarters of a page long, Whitehead said, and looked as if it had taken two or three sittings to write.
Investigators at Allen's home also found a .22-caliber rifle, a .410 small bore shotgun, and an unfired .32-caliber handgun, Whitehead said.
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