Man who killed Minneapolis sign company workers warned for tardiness
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A man who killed five co-workers, a UPS driver and himself after being fired in September was given a warning the week before the attack for being chronically late, according to personnel files released Monday by police.
Andrew Engeldinger, 36, was late to his job at Accent Signage Systems 35 workdays in a row in August and September, Minnesota Public Radio News reported (http://bit.ly/ROVkMN ).
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