Two weeks after a woman was shot to death at an Amazon warehouse in Horn Lake, Mississippi, her family has retained nationally-prominent civil rights and personal injury lawyer Ben Crump, according to a press release from Crump’s office.
Ebony Leshay Crockett, 44, was shot at least 3 times and killed at an Amazon warehouse in Horn Lake on June 3, according to the DeSoto County Coroner.
Horn Lake Police said that Crockett was shot and killed by 45-year-old Corey D. Brewer who died later that day in a shootout with the Memphis Police Department near I-40 and Whitten Rd., according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Brewer knew Crockett through employment at the Amazon warehouse, according to Horn Lake Police. Now, Crump’s office is questioning why Brewer, a fired Amazon employee who had a restraining order against him from Crockett, was allowed at the warehouse in the first place.
Crump’s office said Brewer had been stalking Crockett in the days before her death and, despite his recent termination from the company, he was on-site at the Amazon facility for more than two hours on the day of the shooting.
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SOURCE: FOX 13 Memphis