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Man Dressed As UPS Driver Invaded Home, Killing 3 Family Members In Front Of Children: POLICE

Man Dressed Up As UPS Driver Charged With Murder After Pretending To Deliver Package & Invading Home!

A Minnesota man has been charged with murder after allegedly invading a home while pretending to be a UPS driver — and killing a woman, her husband, and her son.

According to KSTP-TV on Monday, the triple homicide was discovered after police in Coon Rapids received a call around 12:30 p.m. alerting them of “sounds of a disturbance” in the neighborhood. When they arrived, nothing could’ve prepared them for the bloodbath they saw, with three victims lying inside the home, dead of gunshot wounds. They were identified as Shannon Patricia Jungwirth, 42, her husband Mario Alberto Trejo Estrada, 39, and her son Jorge Alexander Reyes-Jungwirth, 20. The story of how this all happened is so chilling…

While going through surveillance footage from an electrical pole across the street, according to KARE-11, law enforcement spotted a Nissan Altima drive up and park near the home. Three people exited the car — with two of them wearing UPS-style uniforms — and approached the home. Entering the house, one of the suspects was carrying a cardboard box, as if they were making some kind of delivery.

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CCTV from inside the home showed a man, later identified as Alonzo Pierre Mingo, holding a male resident of the home at gunpoint, apparently demanding money. Mingo then led the victims and two small children from the room, only to return a little while later. It’s at this point police believe the suspect killed Shannon, the children’s mother. She was shot in the head. Just a few moments afterward the two children can be seen in the video looking in and crying, having witnessed the brutal scene. One of the men was found in the doorway of the residence, perhaps shot upon the suspects’ entry into the home. The other was found dead in an office. So, so awful…

Around three hours after being called to the scene, police were able to locate the Nissan about 10 miles away and arrest Mingo there. Law enforcement say he denied having anything to do with the crime and said he’d never worked with UPS. However, they discovered his fingerprints on the box from the crime scene, as well as a UPS uniform in his backpack.

Not only that, UPS themselves confirmed to multiple outlets that Mingo was a seasonal employee who “only worked for the company for a short time” and had his job terminated in mid-January. The 37-year-old felon is being held on a $5 million bond and is facing 40 years in prison if convicted for the three counts of second degree murder with intent. No word has been released on the other suspects as of yet, but police continue to investigate this brutal crime. Police haven’t released a motive beyond possible robbery for the seemingly random killings, which makes it all the more horrifying.

Ugh, we can’t imagine the horrors that poor family went through. Our hearts go out to the victims’ loved ones and those poor kids… See more (below):

[Image via WCCO – CBS Minnesota/YouTube/Anoka County Jail]

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Jan 31, 2024 07:04am PDT

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