ST. CHARLES, Mo. – An Amazon delivery driver who was shot over a parking space is suing the man accused of shooting him.
Jaylen Walker’s attorneys filed a civil lawsuit against Larry Thomlison.
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March 5, police said Thomlison confronted Walker in the parking lot of a Target after the 21-year-old parked in a handicapped parking space.
Police said Thomlison pulled out his phone to record the parking violation and the two started arguing.
As Walker started walking away, Thomlison pulled out a gun and fired at Walker, shooting him in the back.
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Walker suffered serious injuries and was told he would be paralyzed for the rest of his life.
All together, Walker’s lawyers are seeking $250 million in damages.