JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- An armed security guard who shot three men outside of an adult entertainment establishment on Emerson Street will not face charges.
Police were called to Wacko's, located in the 3700 block of Emerson Street, at 1:40 Sunday morning in reference to a triple shooting, according to a news release from Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Melissa Bujeda.
Bujeda said three males had been shot by an armed security guard. The guard was working in the strip mall, providing security to both Wacko's and Sweepstakes Internet Cafe.
According to police, the three men shot were involved in an altercation inside the gentlemen's club before being asked to leave by security guards inside the club. When the men refused, the armed security guard was requested to assist with removing the men.
Bujeda said after a brief altercation in the parking lot with other Wacko's patrons the three men drove off in a truck.
Roughly thirty minutes later the three men returned to the adult entertainment establishment. Wacko's security again requested the armed security guard assist them in having the three men leave.
When the armed guard went outside, Bujeda said, one of the three men turned the truck towards the security guard and revved the engine at him, as if he were going to run the security guard over.
The security guard told police he was in fear of his life and fired multiple rounds into the truck.
Buejda said no charges will be filed against the security guard who shot the men.
The driver of the truck, David Cisneros-Orozco was charged with aggravated assault for attempting to run the security guard over. He does not have a mug shot available at this time.
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