‘Armed and dangerous’ man accused of killing ex-coworker at Florida outlets, has list of others


Orlando Police

ORLANDO, Fla. (WESH) — A man is considered ‘armed and dangerous’ after a killing an ex-coworker at the Orlando Premium Outlets Monday, the Orlando Police Department said.

The shooting sent police to the Under Armour store at the outlets on International Drive Monday around 8 p.m.

Orlando police said the woman who was killed, who was a store manager, knew the man who shot her. Authorities identified the shooter as Daniel Everett.

According to police, Everett was an employee at the Under Armour store and he was fired Monday. They said he returned to the store Monday night, when he allegedly shot and killed store manager Eunice Marie Vazquez, 37.

Witnesses told WESH 2 News that Everett calmly walked into the store and moved to the area where Vazquez was standing and fired his weapon striking Vazquez.

Customers hid in dressings rooms as one employee ran over to the Reebok store for help.

According to police, Everett had created a list in which he named other employees. Police said they immediately made it a priority to keep those individuals safe.

Sources tell WESH 2 News that Everett was not well-liked at the store and that multiple employees, including Vazquez, had filed complaints against him.

The Orlando Police Department, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, authorities in St. Cloud, and the U.S. Marshals Office are actively searching for Everett.

Police also made sure that Everett’s wife and child were safe.

Police said Under Armour management was cooperative with the investigation.

Everett is considered armed and dangerous and is believed to be driving a dark/charcoal gray Kia Sorento. Anyone with information is asked to contact Orlando police.


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April 24 2021 08:00 am

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