The DMAX factory in Moraine remains closed after Thursday night’s shooting.
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According to Sgt. Andrew Parish with the police.
Officers and medics found two victims of a factory shooting.
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The male victim, identified as 28-year-old Jeffrey James Allen III of Dayton, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The other victim, another man, was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
A preliminary investigation confirmed that the suspect and both victims are/were employees of DMAX Moraine, Parish said.
According to Parish, investigators also determined that the suspect and Allen were involved in a “domestic feud” over another female employee and that the suspect shot Allen during an altercation at the facility.
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News Center 7 spoke to a clinical psychologist and she described what employees can go through because the violence happened in the workplace and affects everyone who works there.
“People usually experience shock, horror, sadness, disillusionment, anger, anger, sadness, shock. This is not supposed to happen, it will never happen here, is what we all think,” said Dr. Kathy Platoni, clinical psychologist.
She said it may take some time for some employees to feel comfortable walking into the DMAX factory again.
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News Center 7 reached out to the company to find out when the facility will reopen.