http://www.local6.com/news/2921701/detail.html Police in Jacksonville, Fla., arrested a man who believed he was a 'vampire slayer' after he allegedly shot his Domino's Pizza co-worker twice in the face because he thought he was a vampire, according to Local 6 News. Timothy White, 35, who was described by friends as a born-again Christian with an unusual preoccupation with zombies and vampires, was arrested outside of a church after Friday's shooting. Witnesses said he walked into the pizza shop on Normandy Boulevard and allegedly said David Harrison looked like a vampire. He then allegedly shot Harrison in the face and stomach. Police said White was heavily armed with a knife, a sawed-off shotgun and three pistols when he was taken into custody. Harrison is listed in critical condition at a local hospital. A grief counselor was brought in to help Domino's employees. White remains in the Duval County Jail Monday.