Accused Kalamazoo Shooter Files $10 Million Lawsuit Against Uber
The man charged with shooting eight and killing six people in a spree shooting in Kalamazoo last month has filed a lawsuit against Uber.
In the handwritten lawsuit, filed Tuesday, Jason Dalton alleges that the ride-sharing company “discriminates against [his] mental health”. The 45-year-old Dalton is seeking $10 million in punitive damages.
Earlier this week, information came out that Dalton claimed to police the Uber app on his phone controlled him, and made him attack people.
Jason Dalton is currently in jail, charged with going on a shooting spree in the Kalamazoo area February 20. Six people were killed in those attacks, two at a car dealership and four at a restaurant.