ORLANDO, Fla. -- An executive at the Orlando engineering firm where a gunman opened fire says the rampage is "really a mystery to" them.
Jason Rodriguez, a former employee of Reynolds, Smith and Hills, is accused in the shooting that left one person dead and wounded five others.
The firm's chief financial officer Ken Jacobson says "There was nothing to indicate any hard feelings," after Rodriguez was fired two years ago.
Rodriguez told detectives the company had fired him without cause and made him look incompetent.
He told them he had been unemployed for a year and a half before getting a job at a Subway, where he worked until recently.
Police say Rodriguez said he blamed the firm for recent trouble he had receiving unemployment benefits.
Rodriguez has been taken into custody and police say he'll be charged with first-degree murder.
Officials said he could make an initial court appearance today.
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