3 Students Injured in Panama City Beach Spring Break Shooting
For most college students, spring break is a week full of fun and sun. Many students travel from across the country for a few days of tanning in Miami Beach and Panama City Beach. This year, spring break became a frightening experience for one group.
According to ABCNEWS,
Three college students on spring break who were among seven people wounded in a shooting early Saturday at a home in Panama City Beach, Florida were “innocent victims,” police said.
Police arrested the shooting suspect, David Jamichael Daniels, 22, of Mobile, Alabama, and charged him with seven counts of attempted murder. The Bay County Sheriff’s Office said witnesses helped identify him.
Three people were in critical condition following the shooting, the sheriff’s office said. Three others were in stable condition and one victim was in surgery, officials said.
Among the victims were three students from Alabama A&M University visiting Panama City Beach for spring break, the sheriff’s office said.
The university identified the three as Kearria Freed, 20, who was in critical condition; Kelli Regina Curry, 20, who was in stable condition; and, Annesia Powell, 19, who was undergoing surgery.
The three students were reportedly in the wrong place at the wrong time.
No motive has been determined yes yet. However, this does teach us all a lesson. Be careful where you go and who you go with, even if you’re on vacation.