Video surveillance released from deadly shooting spree at Phoenix motel

Posted at 4:36 PM, Nov 15, 2016
and last updated 2016-11-16 00:53:14-05

Video surveillance is being released from a deadly shooting spree at a Phoenix motel over the summer.

On June 5, 28-year-old Daterryn McBride allegedly shot multiple people, killing two victims at the Motel 6 near Northern Avenue and Interstate 17.  

On the 911 call, front desk employee Gus Gonzales is heard telling the emergency operator that he had been shot in the chest and arms. 

When asked where the other shootings occurred on the property, Gonzales said, “I don’t know, the security guard is on the side (of the desk). I can’t move. I think my legs are paralyzed.”

Gonzales survived, however, security guard Brian Harris, 44, died of his injuries.

Video surveillance shows McBride shooting the three people in the motel’s lobby, including Harris and Robert Sykes, 44, a motel guest who also died of his injuries.

Two other people were found suffering gunshot wounds in a truck near 27th and Northern avenues.

McBride is accused two carjackings and leading police on a car chase. Investigators said they still don’t know what provoked the incident because McBride shot himself in the head afterwards. McBride was hospitalized in extremely critical condition but died the next day.