Police: Cab Company Employee in Custody After Shooting Boss in Chest

An employee of a cab company has been arrested in connection with a shooting that left his boss wounded.

Police say around 1:22 p.m. Friday, an employee of Monto Transportation, 33- year-old Ozzie Lou Clark, Jr. of Philadelphia, had a dispute with his boss, 45-year-old Alexander Kagan. According to police, the dispute was over money that Clark felt was owed to him by the company. Clark stepped outside and allegedly removed a handgun from his waistband and went back into the business and shot the owner in the chest, police say. According to investigators, Clark pointed the gun at three other employees as well.

Following the shooting, Clark allegedly continued to demand "his money". Police say another employee
instructed one of the others, the bookkeeper, to "cut him a check" and the bookkeeper immediately wrote out a check which was handed to Clark and he left the office, according to investigators.

Authorities tell FOX 29 Clark then headed towards a Philadelphia charter school to pick up his child. He was intercepted by Philly PD.

Abington police are arranging to bring Clark back to Abington to face multiple charges.