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    Damian DeRousha (43) shot and killed his co-worker Donald Geno, who he believed was having an affair with his wife

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    A person was fatally shot Thursday morning at the Volusia County vehicle maintenance facility in Daytona Beach and the sheriff said it stemmed from a love triangle.

    Officials with the Volusia County Sheriff?s Office said Damian DeRousha, a special projects coordinator for the county, was arrested for allegedly killing, Donald Geno, a master mechanic, at the county facility on Indian Lake Road. It happened a little after 10: 30 a.m.

    DeRousha, 43, of Edgewater, has been charged with first degree murder.

    Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood said DeRousha shot and killed Geno, who he believed was having an inappropriate relationship with his wife. The victim was in a garage when the DeRousha showed up.

    "Our victim was working on a vehicle when he walked up to the victim, confronted the victim and fired multiple shots at point blank range," Chitwood said.

    Investigators said DeRousha works in one building while the Geno and DeRousha's wife, work in another. The sheriff said the DeRousha told a supervisor he had to deal with a family issue, left his job, drove next door and parked his white truck. He then went in to the victims work area and opened fire.

    When deputies arrived they said DeRousha was standing near the facility and admitted to shooting the victim.

    Chitwood said his office hasn't had any interactions or any calls for service from any of the three county employees involved in the incident. He also said no one noticed any odd behavior from the shooter either at his office earlier or in the moments before the shooting.

    "He just calmly walked up and for lack of a better term, just executed the employee," Chitwood said. "Somebody made up their mind they were going to commit a murder today and there's nothing you could do."

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    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...902e72000d4061

    Ex-Volusia County worker sentenced to life for killing another worker in love-triangle

    Damian DeRousha walked into a bay last year at the Volusia County Fleet Maintenance Facility and killed a man who was having an affair with his wife. DeRousha will now spend the rest of his life in prison.

    On Thursday, a jury of seven women and five men took about two hours to find DeRousha guilty of first-degree premeditated murder in the killing of Donald Geno, 31, who worked as a mechanic for the county.

    Circuit Judge Karen Foxman sentenced DeRousha, 44, to the mandatory life in prison without the possibility of parole. DeRousha, who was a special projects coordinator for the county, sat between his attorneys and looked straight ahead as the judge pronounced his sentence.

    Before sentencing, Geno's mother, Mary Geno, her voice filled with emotion, made a statement to the court, saying she would never see her son again because of DeRousha.

    "He destroyed me. He took a part of me that is never going to come back," Mary Geno said.

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    And what did it solve? Nothing. He's sitting in jail for the rest of his life.
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