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Houston Shooting Suspect Turns Himself In to Fort Stockton Police

FORT STOCKTON, TX (KWES) -

A disgruntled Texas employee, who shot and killed one of his co-workers, has turned himself in to Fort Stockton Police.

KPRC, the NBC station in Houston, is reporting that Rodney Jackson, 49, turned himself in at the Fort Stockton Police Department on Wednesday. 

The shooting happened at Val-Fit Inc. in East Houston on Tuesday.

According to police, Jackson was called into the office and was told he was being let go.

That's when Jackson walked outside, retrieved a gun from his gold Impala, returned and opened fire.

One of Jackson's co-workers, Jason S. Yanko, 40, of Houston, was struck and killed.

Jackson later fled the scene in a large white truck, which belonged to the company.

Jackson is facing murder charges.

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