Walgreens employee killed by former Walgreens employee in Las Vegas

Posted by Neil Shouse | Dec 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

This past Friday 25-year-old former Walgreens employee Jin Ackerman allegedly shot and killed 58-year-old Walgreens employee Antonino Isnit during a robbery at the Walgreens located on Cheyenne Ave. The defendant reportedly was employed at that location in the past and was Isnit's co-worker. Before allegedly shooting the victim, Ackerman reportedly said, “Sorry Tony, but you know me."

The incident occurred early in the morning after Ackerman asked a female Walgreens employee to show him to the restroom. After she let him in, Ackerman allegedly handcuffed her but then let her go when she was paged to go to the front of the store. Later during the lunch break while Isnit was out, Ackerman had her open the store safe, from which he took several thousands of dollars.

After lunch Isnit came back into the store, which is when Ackerman allegedly shot him many times. Ackerman now faces charges of murder, kidnapping, robbery, and burglary with a deadly weapon. For more on this story, go to:

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