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Zane Floyd

Convicted criminal from United States of America

Zane Michael Floyd (born September 20, 1975) is a convicted mass murderer who is most notorious for killing four people and injuring another in a Las Vegas, Nevada supermarket on June 3, 1999. After pleading guilty to the murders, Floyd was sentenced to death by a Clark County jury. After attending high school, Floyd enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. He was honorably discharged, but was told that he was not welcome to reenlist due to his heavy drinking. On June 3, 1999, at approximately 5:16 in the morning, Floyd entered an Albertson's supermarket in Las Vegas and opened fire on random individuals within the store with a shotgun. Wearing Marine Corps camouflage and with a shaved head, Floyd picked his victims at will in a calm manner. He shot Thomas Darnell in the back twice, killing him. Immediately after, Floyd also killed Carlos Chuck Leos and Dennis Troy Sargeant. Floyd then encountered Zachary T. Emenegger, who fled Floyd when he saw the gunman pointing the shotgun in his direction. Diving under a produce table, Emenegger avoided Floyd's gunfire for 15 seconds before succumbing to gunshots from Floyd's shotgun. Floyd then shot Emenegger again. He searched the store  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1945-09-20
Place of birth
Nevada
Nationality
United States of America

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