2 children among 6 people shot in Seminole Co., 1 adult killed

A series of shootings Monday in Sanford, Fla., killed at least one person and wounded five others critically, including two children, police said. After the shootings, Cashe allegedly ran off and opened fire at bystanders near a school bus stop; a man and a high school student were injured, but are in stable condition.

Sanford Police spokeswoman Bianca Gillett said that the woman and the gunman were arguing Monday morning at a gas station over property, and the woman approached a police officer about it. A police officer separated them; shortly after that, someone called police to report that the fight was continuing on the front lawn of a nearby home.

The argument died down again and the officer left.

Investigators said a gunman went to the home of someone he knows and shot two adults, an 8-year-old boy and a 7-year-old boy. Two of the victims were innocent bystanders, according to police.

The names of the shooting victims haven't been released.

A police officer who was in the neighborhood heard the shots, located the gunman and was able to take him into custody, along with his weapon, Gillett said.

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