Penske shootings

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2010 Penske shootings
Location Kennesaw, Georgia, United States
Date Tuesday, January 12, 2010
2:00 p.m.
Attack type
Mass shooting
Weapons Handgun
Deaths 3
Non-fatal injuries
Perpetrator Jessie J. Warren [1]

The Penske workplace shootings occurred on Tuesday, January 12, 2010. Three people were killed and two others critically injured in a workplace shooting at a truck rental business located near the city of Kennesaw, Georgia. The alleged shooter, Jessie J. Warren, was captured and arrested in the incident.


The shooter, Jessie James Warren, a former employee, walked into the Penske truck rental business Tuesday afternoon wearing camouflage. He opened fire, shooting five. Four victims were employees, another was a customer. One victim, an employee, died at the scene. The other four victims were transported in critical condition to a local hospital. Two people died at the hospital - customer and an employee. Roberto Gonzalez, an employee, died the next day, which brought the death toll to three. 2 victims were shot multiple times, but survived, Joshua Holbrook and Zach Werner.[2] Warren was arrested a mile away after he left in a red Chevrolet S-10 truck. On July 7, 2013, 3 and a half years later, Zach Werner, who had severe injuries resulting from the shooting, died as a result of those injuries.


Coordinates: 34°01′35″N 84°34′35″W / 34.0264°N 84.5764°W / 34.0264; -84.5764