Man disguises himself as a UPS driver, entered a home carrying a fake package, and killed three adults

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A man disguised as a UPS delivery driver, brandished a fake package, and forcefully entered a home, resulting in the tragic deaths of three individuals, according to The A*sociated Press.

The shooting occurred at approximately 12:30 p.m. on January 26, 2024, in Coon Rapids, as per the Anoka County Sheriff’s office. Law enforcement responded to an open-line 911 call with sounds of disturbance in the background. Upon arrival at the residence, they discovered three people shot dead.

The victims were identified as Shannon Patricia Jungwirth, 42, her son Jorge Alexander Reyes-Jungwirth, 20, and her husband Mario Alberto Trejo Estrada, 39.

20-year-old Jorge Alexander Reyes-Jungwirth, 42-year-old Shannon Patricia Jungwirth, and 39-year-old Mario Alberto Trejo Estrada.
20-year-old Jorge Alexander Reyes-Jungwirth, 42-year-old Shannon Patricia Jungwirth, and 39-year-old Mario Alberto Trejo Estrada.

Following the incident, 37-year-old Alonzo Pierre Mingo was apprehended and charged with three counts of second-degree murder. Surveillance footage from the home depicted Alonzo dressed in a UPS uniform, carrying a box as if making a delivery.

The video also showed Alonzo holding a man at gunpoint and later taking Shannon back into a bedroom where she was fatally shot.

37-year-old Alonzo Pierre Mingo
37-year-old Alonzo Pierre Mingo

After the arrest, authorities recovered the UPS attire and cardboard box used in the crimes. A UPS spokesperson confirmed that Alonzo had been a seasonal employee for a brief period until mid-January.

As per reports from NBC affiliate KARE, search warrants revealed that Estrado was allegedly running a drug operation from his residence, funneling the proceeds to his relatives in Mexico. Additionally, a storage unit linked to Estrada was discovered to contain a variety of illicit substances, including magic mushrooms, marijuana, meth, and an unidentified “white powder.”

A judge slapped Alonzo with a hefty $5 million bond. His next court appearance is set for Feb. 9.



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