ABC News: Tuscaloosa Shooter Who Injured 17 Turns Self In At Fed Ex Store | Roland Martin Reports

ABC News: Tuscaloosa Shooter Who Injured 17 Turns Self In At Fed Ex Store

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Source:  Kevin Dolak and Alyssa Newcomb / ABC News

A man who injured 17 people at a Tuscaloosa bar with a military style assault weapon turned himself in at a FedEx store and peacefully surrendered to police.

“He walked in and he made eye contact and he said, ‘Yep that’s me. I’m the one that shot the people in Tuscaloosa by the university,'” said Ken, the employee at the FedEx store in Jasper who approached who he thought was a customer and asked if he needed help.

Ken, who was only identified by his first name in an interview with ABC News’ Alabama affiliate WBMA, said he “tried to keep the gentleman calm” while he called police.

The suspect, who has not been named, surrendered without incident, according to the station.

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