A 3rd sufferer died Saturday night time, hours after {an electrical} employee from Pennsylvania who was working at a job web site in Florida went on a rampage with a baseball bat and a knife, leading to two earlier deaths, authorities stated.

The suspect, recognized as Shaun Runyon, 39, was working in Polk County, Florida, with a Pennsylvania electrical firm doing work for Publix Supermarkets when a dispute at work prompted him to return to his company-rented housing and assault a number of folks, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said throughout a information convention. 

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Authorities stated Runyon punched a supervisor at work round 2 a.m. Friday and fled. He was not seen or heard from till round 9:45 a.m. Saturday when police obtained a report of a homicide in Davenport, Florida, in a neighborhood the place Runyon and his co-workers had been being housed by their employer.

According to authorities, Runyon beat one sufferer to dying with a baseball bat whereas the sufferer was asleep in mattress, and a second sufferer was discovered useless on the entrance porch. The third sufferer was badly crushed and died in a hospital Saturday night time, WTSP-TV of Tampa reported.

A fourth sufferer was hit within the neck with a bat by Runyon however escaped, authorities stated. Three extra victims, together with a 7-year-old lady, escaped with out being harmed.

After the assault, Runyon fled and knocked on the door of a house in Lake Wales, Florida, coated in blood and telling owners he had been raped, authorities stated. He then shed his bloody garments and went to a hospital on the suggestion of the owners. He was taken into custody by police on the hospital. 

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Runyon has confessed to understanding the victims, authorities stated, however they didn’t determine a motive.

“We had no idea what outraged him so bad that more than 24 hours later that he would come back and make an attempt to kill every one of them,” the sheriff instructed reporters.

Judd added that Runyon had a earlier legal historical past in Pennsylvania that features a violent arrest associated to strangulation.