Step-Grandfather of Bills Running Back Goes on Shooting Spree, Turns Gun on Self

August 24, 2013 Updated Aug 24, 2013 at 4:11 PM EDT

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By Megan Erbacher

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Step-Grandfather of Bills Running Back Goes on Shooting Spree, Turns Gun on Self

August 24, 2013 Updated Aug 24, 2013 at 4:11 PM EDT

UNION COUNTY, FL (WKBW)  Three people are dead and two people injured in a mass shooting in Florida. Sheriff's deputies say the step-grandfather of Buffalo Bills running back CJ Spiller, Hubert Allen, Jr., went on a shooting spree early Saturday morning, killing two people, injuring two more, then returning home and turning the gun on himself.

The shootings happened in Union County, just outside Spiller's hometown of Lake Butler.

Allen first went to his former employer's office, Pritchett Trucking, and shot David Griffis. He was critically injured, and is being treated in Gainesville.

Allen then traveled to the trucking company owner's farm, Rolling Oaks, where he shot and killed his former boss Marvin Pritchett, and a farmhand named Rolando Gonzalez. While at the farm, he also

After the shooting spree, Allen returned to his home and turned the gun on himself.

A spokesperson for the Buffalo Bills told Eyewitness Sports that CJ Spiller was still with the team, and was still listed as active for Saturday's preseason game as of 4 p.m.

The investigation is ongoing, and Eyewitness News will have the latest details from our Gainesville affiliate WCJB as they develop. WCJB's original report on the shootings is available here: http://www.wcjb.com/local-news/2013/08/breaking-mass-shooting-near-lake-butler