Court hearing postponed for alleged Penske shooter

A Friday afternoon motions hearing in the death penalty case against the alleged Penske truck shooter, Jesse James Warren, has been postponed.

The judge has not yet scheduled a new court date, according to the lead prosecutor, Jesse Evans.

Cobb police say Warren, 60, returned to the Penske truck rental facility near Kennesaw where he once worked on Jan. 12, 2010 and opened fire on several people.

Killed in the shooting were customer Jaider Felipe Marulanda, 43, of Lawrenceville; and Penske employees Robert Gonzalez, 31, of Dallas, Ga., and Vance Springer, 59, of Woodstock.

Two other employees were critically injured.