FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Thursday marks four years since the deadly Zombicon shooting in downtown Fort Myers.
Fort Myers police say Jose Bonilla shot into a crowded downtown street during the street festival, killing Tyrell Taylor and injuring several others back in 2015.
He was arrested more than two years after the shooting . His trial is expected to start on January 13, 2020.
Since the shooting, the City of Fort Myers installed 49 high-definition security cameras in downtown Fort Myers.
That year’s Zombicon event was the last .
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