White Food Store Manager Shot Dead by Spic Ex-Employee

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
November 19, 2019

Any managers who hire these enemies of America to work for them deserve everything they get.

KOIN:

A manager at Heritage Specialty Foods was shot to death inside the Wilsonville facility by an ex-employee who fled the scene and barricaded himself for a time inside a car in Woodburn, authorities said.

Carl Hellinger, 36, died at the scene in what does not appear to be a random shooting, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said. A man who had recently been fired, 25-year-old Camilo Santiago-Santiago, was arrested later Friday morning.

He faces charges of murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm. It wasn’t clear if Santiago had an attorney yet.

Camilo Santiago-Santiago.

There were about 20 employees inside the business, 28220 SW Boberg Road, at the time of the shooting – around 8:30 a.m. – but no one else was injured.

Santiago, fled the scene and drove into Woodburn, where his car was spotted by a Marion County deputy.

The deputy began chasing Santiago’s red car, as did Clackamas County deputies and Wilsonville police. It ended on a dead-end street at Woodland Avenue at Senecal Creek Drive, officials said. That’s when Santiago barricaded himself inside his car.

It happened that the Clackamas County SWAT unit was training in Wilsonville and rushed to the scene along with the SWAT team from Marion County. An armored vehicle from Salem police also arrived at the scene. That combination surrounded Santiago’s car.

For about 40 minutes during the standoff, Santiago yelled at officers to shoot him, officials said. But around 9:30 a.m. he got out of the car with his hands up and was immediately taken into custody.

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said multiple firearms were recovered from Santiago’s car and he had a pistol in his waistband.

Santiago does live in Woodburn but in a different spot about 3 miles from where he was caught.

Carl Hellinger.

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