Police: Domestic Violence May have Led to Casselberry Shooting Rampage
A man who gunned down three people at a beauty salon in Casselberry on Thursday, then took his own life, was due to appear in court on Thursday, on domestic violence charges.
36-year-old Bradford R. Baumet, had been served with a domestic violence injunction on October 9th and was scheduled to appear in court yesterday, Casselberry police say. Instead, Baumet went to the Las Dominicanas M & M Salon in a shopping plaza along Semoran Boulevard and opened fire.
According to published news reports, the deceased are:
- Noelia Gonzalez-Brito – a worker at the salon
- Gladys Cabrera – a client from Orlando
Baumet’s ex-girlfriend, Marcia Santiago, who was shot, survived and was taken to the Orlando Regional Medical Center.
The fourth victim has not been identified.
Baumet had a criminal history to include domestic assault, felony assault, stalking and drug possession, according to cfnews13.com.