FLORIDA – VA hospital called police on condominium shooting suspect

Palm Beach Daily News:  VA hospital called police on condominium shooting suspect
By Michele Dargan
October 6, 2014
Police apprehended the man who allegedly shot a Palm Beach property manager in the head Friday morning after the suspect went to the VA Medical Center Hospital in Riviera Beach for medical treatment, Public Safety Director Kirk Blouin said Sunday. Blouin said Charles Michael Croghan did not go the hospital to surrender. Croghan brought a gun into the hospital and made “some statements” to the staff that prompted them to call police, Blouin said. Blouin wouldn’t elaborate on what was said or why Croghan was seeking medical treatment. “Everything happened so fast,” Blouin said. The victim, 39-year-old Jeremy Holland, remains at St. Mary’s Medical Center in critical condition, according to Ryan Lieber, hospital spokesman.  Read more:

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