Orlando Shooter Strapped for Cash

Jason Rodriguez, suspected of killing one person and wounding five at an office in Orlando, was buried under a mountain of debt at the time he allegedly began his shooting spree. According to the Associated Press, Rodriguez told a bankruptcy-court judge that he owed some $90,000 in debts while making only $30,000 a year working at a Subway franchise, where he was employed until recently. "I'm just going through a tough time right now. I'm sorry," he reportedly told police officers, who arrested him without resistance. Rodriguez had been let go from the engineering firm Reynolds, Smith, and Hills, where the shooting occurred, in June 2007 and told reporters he went on a rampage because "they left me to rot." The firm's general legal counsel and chief financial officer, Ken Jacobson, told the AP that Rodriguez's anger was "a mystery to us" and came without warning. "It's been 2 1/2 years," Jacobson said. "We don't know where he's been or what he's done."