The man from Florida, 22, "shoots his boss who fired him after only three days at work"
- Djuan Lewis accused of attempted murder for felony in the shooting of Sunday
- Lewis is accused of opening fire on the manager of the aluminum products company Sean Jackson, two hours after he fired him for throwing tools to the ground.
- Jackson was driving with his girlfriend when Lewis allegedly shot his car five times; couple escaped unharmed
Snejana Farberov for Dailymail.com
Djuan Lewis, 22, was charged with attempted murder after admitting that he opened fire on his former boss.
A Florida man fired from an aluminum products company after only three days at work has been accused of opening fire on his boss.
Sanford police say Djuan Lewis, 22, was fired from Benada Aluminum Products on Sunday for dumping tools and products on the ground.
Manager Sean Jackson discharged Lewis around 5 am, and two hours later, Jackson was driving his girlfriend home when he noticed a vehicle following him.
The Orlando Sentinel reported that the driver of the other vehicle fired five times at Jackson's car, but the couple was not injured.
Another Benanda employee told police that Lewis was delayed in a vehicle with a gun out of business after being let go.
The shooting occurred in Sanford, Florida, on Sunday, just two hours after a manager of Benada Aluminum Products (pictured) fired the newly hired Lewis for throwing tools to the floor.
The agents found Lewis and arrested him on charges of attempted murder and firing at and from a moving motor vehicle. The 22-year-old allegedly made a confession.
Lewis is being held at the Seminole County Jail on $ 46,000 bail.
The records indicate that Lewis has a criminal record that includes arrests for drug charges and theft.