Man shot after argument outside Giant Market Place Supermarket

Woman finds son shot several times, calls 911

By Peter Burke - Managing Editor, Liane Morejon - Reporter

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - A man was shot Thursday morning after an argument outside a northeast Miami-Dade County supermarket, police said.

Miami-Dade police said the shooting occurred in the parking lot of the Giant Market Place Supermarket on Northeast Sixth Avenue.

Police said the victim got into an argument with three people in a pickup truck, at least one of whom opened fire.

Marie Saint Fleur told Local 10 News reporter Liane Morejon that her son was shot multiple times.

She said she was in the parking lot with her son, Werley Saint Fleur, 32, when he received a phone call.

"He said, 'OK, I'm coming right back mom. Don't leave me. I'm coming right back,'" she said.

Marie Saint Fleur says she found her son in the grass and called 911 after he was shot several times.

Marie Saint Fleur said she was only away from her son for a few seconds when she heard the gunshots. She found him collapsed in the grass and called 911.

Werley Saint Fleur was taken to Aventura Hospital in critical condition.

"He's in surgery now," Marie Saint Fleur said. "Before the surgery he was OK, talking with people."

Police are looking for an older-model black pickup truck.

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