CORAL SPRINGS, FLA. (WSVN) – Sami Qureshi, a man who confessed to shooting at a local Coral Springs hospital, appeared in court.
Judge Phoebe Francois set Qureshi’s bond at $200,000, Thursday afternoon.
He was placed with a level one GPS monitor, is not allowed to return to Broward Health Coral Springs, cannot have any weapons/firearms or ammo and is not allowed to possess devices with internet access.
During his court appearance, the State Attorney’s Office mentioned an incident that took place at a Publix on Monday involving Qureshi, which could lead to more charges being brought up against him in the future.
Details from his arrest by Sunrise Police revealed that Qureshi attempted to steal $30 worth of groceries from a Publix at 10155 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
When a manager confronted Qureshi, he showed the manager a handgun in his waistband.
After police issued a BOLO, they stopped him while driving a short while later. Qureshi was found with a gun and was arrested.
Qureshi’s father, Aeaullah Qureshi, previously spoke with 7News to provide a possible explanation as to why his son opened fire at the hospital.
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