Death – Obituaries : (MARKET NEWS) – Friends and families are mourning the death of Florida UPS employee Frank Ordonez, who was killed in a shootout between police and robbery suspects after his truck was hijacked .
Four people died in a shootout Thursday after jewelry robbers stole a UPS truck and led Florida police on a high-speed chase, the FBI said.
Frank Ordonez, the truck drivers whose truck was hijacked by the criminals for the operation was killed alongside a bystander in a shootout with police. Also the two robbery suspects was killed by police in Miramar, about 20 miles from the robbery site. According to a report by USA Today
Confirming an officer involved shooting with multiple fatalities. More information to follow. pic.twitter.com/KFUxcrKfKN
— Miramar Police (@MiramarPD) December 5, 2019
The brother of the deceased UPS Driver confirmed to CNN and Miami CBS News that Frank Ordonez was killed in Thursday’s shootout.
The deceased UPS Driver was said to be a 27 years old loving father who love spending time with his daughter. He was one of the two civilians killed in the shootout with police. The other, a bystander at the busy intersection during rush hour traffic, has not been identified.
UPS released the following statement to confirm his death.
— UPS (@UPS) December 6, 2019
IDENTITIES OF THE ROBBERS.
The deceased suspects has been identified by the FBI in Miami as Lamar Alexander, 41, and Ronnie Jerome Hill, 41, both of Miami-Dade County.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the the deceased UPS Driver.
— Sons of Liberty (@Liberty1765) December 6, 2019
Frank Ordonez was the father of two young children and the employee murdered by police. UPS not only thanked the state for murdering their employee protecting UPS’s property, but they didn’t even have to decency to mention his name. https://t.co/ESnABiA6b0
— festive mei hua🌸🐉 (@aekananionapua) December 6, 2019
It’s really easy to “appreciate law enforcement’s service” killing your driver when you have access to an infinitely expendable pool of laborers who mean nothing to you personally.
— goose spirit cooked (@notcolloquial) December 6, 2019
Next time you consider exhausting yourself for your job: remember Frank Ordonez, who was murdered on the clock while his employer thanks the assailants. https://t.co/SLfTuqAxgM
— Chels🌌DazeAhead (@KendrickLamario) December 6, 2019
RIP to Teamster Frank Ordonez, shot and killed by cops when his UPS truck was hijacked. Everyone deserves to be safe on the job. Solidarity to his family, friends and fellow Teamsters. pic.twitter.com/bcZbz7bKat
— Eugene DSA🌲🌹🤝 (@DSA_Eugene) December 6, 2019
Shame on @UPS for thanking the cops that killed their employee, Frank Ordonez. This really goes to show how disposable workers are to this company. Hoping @Teamsters step in with a lawyer to take on Miramar PD so our brother’s family can get justice
— the poison for kuzco (@kuzcospoison_) December 6, 2019
SAY HIS NAME. Frank Ordonez. Father, brother, loved and treasured.
FUCK law enforcement. What “service” did they provide other than murdering your employee & an innocent bystander? Did they save you some money on lost deliveries? Fuck them, fuck this, fuck capitalism. https://t.co/in4StixlEt
— Fuck Your Laws (@meyevee) December 6, 2019
Understanding what took place:
Law Enforcement murdered a hostage….
UPS official statement said it “Appreciates law enforcement” while calling the slaughtered man just a “service driver”
His name was Frank Ordonez
— Felipe Saenz (@Saenz_sama_) December 6, 2019
I cannot imagine the fear & discomfort Frank Ordonez dealt with in his final day. Regular guy, working hard, doing his job and then it’s all gone. I will take time to remember him, & remind myself to be vigilant. So very sad and random. RIP. pic.twitter.com/tZPcnMlhAE
— Maximiliano Bretos (@MaxBretosSports) December 6, 2019
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