Jason Dalton, the suspect in the deadly shooting spree in Kalamazoo that left six people dead and two others seriously injured, was a working Uber driver, who dropped off fares during the 7-hour rampage.

Dalton, 45, was dropping off Uber passengers in between three different shooting locations on Thursday night. None of those fares were injured.


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Police are investigating reports that he dropped off a group of people at a Fairfield Inn, then went next door to the Cracker Barrel and opened fire, killing four people and severely injuring a 14-year-old girl. Kalamazoo County Undersheriff Paul Matyas described a terrifying rampage that began about 6 p.m. outside the Meadows Apartment complex in Richland Township, on the eastern edge of Kalamazoo County, where a woman was shot multiple times and seriously wounded. She was scheduled for surgery Sunday morning. A little more than four hours later and 15 miles away, a father and son were fatally shot while looking at cars at the dealership. Fifteen minutes after that, five people — including the teenage girl who police originally said had been killed, based on a pronouncement by medical officials — were gunned down in the parking lot of a Cracker Barrel restaurant along Interstate 94, Matyas said. Police said Sunday morning the injured teen remained in serious condition. h/t wxyz

Dalton’s past Uber fares had reported him as an “unsafe driver,” who “sideswiped cars,” while delivering his passengers.

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Police confirmed the shootings were random and that Dalton was on the Uber clock while he conducted his deadly shooting spree.