Suspected shooter at the Orlando Immigration Service who was shot dead for escaping MPs in Osceola County (WFTV)


ORLANDO, Florida – A man was fatally shot and killed in a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Office Monday morning, the Orlando Police Department said.

Police said an armed man drove to meet a man and a woman outside the federal agency’s Orlando Field Office on Corporate Center Boulevard near Lee Vista Blvd and South Goldenrod Road at around 10:15 a.m.

Photos: Fatal shots reported at Orlando Immigration Services

They said the shooter shot the man and the woman could escape.

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Investigators said an officer spotted the gunman’s vehicle and the suspect led police on a chase to a house near Kissimmee – about 15 miles away. He was arrested there.

Orland Police have confirmed that the shooting was domestic. According to the police, the man who killed was with a female companion who was not injured. The suspect was her ex-husband, police said.

The police claim to have identified the suspect as Alberto Rivero-Milian, 52. He is still in custody in the Osceola County Prison. Orlando police tweeted Monday night.

The victim was also identified as 52-year-old Alberto Dominguez-Ortiz, police said. Investigators said he drove from South Florida to Orlando with Rivero-Milian’s ex-wife.

UPDATE # 2: The suspect in today’s fatal shooting outside the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Office has been identified as Alberto Rivero-Milian, 52. He is still in custody in Osceola County.

– Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) May 11, 2021

Watch: Suspect in custody after fatal shooting at Orlando Immigration Services

Immigration attorney Rusten Hurd told Channel 9 that people in the building ran away from windows and doors in a panic after hearing the gunshots because they were afraid someone would attack the office.

“There was a desk in the immigration officer’s office and we all went down behind it – probably 20 of us in a small office,” Hurd said. “It was really helpful for him to do that.”

The office is closed on Tuesdays and reopened on Wednesdays. Missed appointments will be postponed.

Watch: Skywitness 9 for fatal shooting at Orlando Immigration Services

Rivero-Milian remains in the hospital and missed his first court appearance on Tuesday. He is charged with fleeing and alluding to Osceola County. His bond on this charge is $ 25,000.

To date, he has not been arrested on charges related to the shooting death.

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Below is an update from the police:

See the video of the scene from Skywitness 9 below:

See the video of the scene where the suspect was arrested:


Janet Smith