Job Site Shooting

The shooter is facing charges after allegedly shooting at a construction worker on May 16.

Wed May 17, 2017 - National Edition
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Eduardo Torres-Bonet faces charges of aggravated assault after allegedly shooting at construction worker on May 16.
(Courtesy of Osceola County Sheriff's Office)

An Osceola County man is facing charges after allegedly shooting at a construction worker in Kissimmee on Tuesday, May 16.

The Osceola County Sheriff's Office responded to a construction site at Myers Road and Rob Way, near Osceola Parkway, after a worker reported being shot at while driving a construction vehicle, said Capt. Jacob Ruiz.

As deputies responded to the area, they saw 20-year-old Eduardo Torres-Bonet leaning out of a window in a nearby house with what looked like a rifle, according to a report.

The Osceola Sheriff's Office SWAT team was called in and took Torres-Bonet into custody, deputies said.

The construction worker declined an interview with media but stated that he's alright.

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