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Steven Leet Biography

Multiple sources confirm that the gunman in last night’s Morgan Hill shooting is Steven Leet According to Site. 3 peoples was Dead In Workplace Shooting At Morgan Hill Ford Dealership. He was A Ford employee who was shot and killed two of his managers before turning the gun on himself at the Morgan Hill dealership they worked at, according to several witnesses.

Morgan Hill police received multiple 911 calls of a shooting at the Ford dealership on Condit Road at about 6:03 p.m. Tuesday evening and officers arrived at around 6:07 p.m.

Upon arrival, they located a deceased male subject, who suffered what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, at the north end of the building toward the service department, Sgt. Bill Norman of the Morgan Hill Police Department said.

Police Investigation Reports

Police said the male had a handgun by his side. Two additional male subjects with gunshot wounds were found inside the building. Morgan Hill police said all three of the people shot worked at the dealership. Massive police response was seen outside the building.

A law enforcement source told the suspect knew he was going to get fired on Tuesday and brought two guns to work. He shot his manager after being terminated, then another supervisor who tried to step in and wrestled with the suspect before he was killed.

Police Searching Suspect

Police was searching a home in San Jose late Tuesday evening, believed to be the suspect’s home. Police said the house is now a crime scene and the street has been cordoned off, with only residents being let through.

San Fransisco Shooting Victims/WitnessSteven Leet Biography

Doug Macglashan was hired by the dealership for the day from Southern California to train employees on new software, and he was nearly done before the day suddenly turned deadly.

He identified the two victims as the Service & Parts Department Director — who he’d spent the entire day with — as well as the Parts manager. The suspect, MacGlashan said, was a Ford Parts representative.

Macglashan said the suspect wouldn’t leave the premises after he was fired.

“About 10, 15 minutes later, gunshots,” he said.  “It’s just scarier than hell. I’m not used to hearing gunshots, I’m not used to being around this type of violence. So it’s just scary.”

Jordan Valdez, a Ford dealership employee, said he was at work at the time of the shooting. He said the suspect was in his 60s and had worked for the company for several years.

“Service adviser just looked at me and says, ‘Run there’s someone shooting,’” Valdez said. Valdez said he did not know why the suspect had lost his job.

“He was a very quiet individual, just kind of minded his own business, very to himself, he did his job,” he said.