A Black FedEx driver who was said he was chased and shot at while making deliveries was told by supervisors to “complete his route” after the incident, according to his lawyer.
The 24-year-old driver D’Monterrio Gibson told the Mississippi Free Press that the incident happened on the evening of January 24.
He said he was shot at because the two white men thought he was “suspicious,” per the outlet. He said he was wearing his FedEx uniform, it added. Gibson escaped the incident.
His lawyer, Rodney Diggs, said Gibson made complaints to multiple supervisors but they “didn’t show any concern.”