A Ponte Vedra Beach man is dead after police in South Daytona say he sexually assaulted a woman and tried to rob a business. Investigators say police shot and killed Cheyne Pinkney at a tanning salon yesterday... And it's not the first time he's had a confrontation with police. Channel 4's MARCUS White has been looking into what happened, as well as Pinkney's criminal background. 3 3 00-0616-211:42in the neighborhood where we understand Pickney grew up. We're learning a lot more about his background.He has a lengthy police record dating back to 2002 in St.Johns County. And we've learned this isn't the first time he's been in a confrontation with a police officer.A worker at Kyoto Massage and Spa says she was uncomfortable after 28-year-old Cheyene Pinkney asked for a massage three times. Police say the worker asked Pinkney to leave -- and that's when he went to Hot Tans Salon next door -- and tried to rob the place. Investigators say a woman who tried to stop the robbery and who pressed a silent alarm to warn police was sexually assaulted. Police say Pinkney tried to leave the salon -- from the back -- and was shot multiple times by two police officers."WOMAN: IT'S DANGEROUS IT'S VERY DANGEROUS BECAUSE YOU DON'T LOOK FOR NOTHING LIKE THIS TO HAPPEN OVER HERE." Pinkney was shot and killed after police say he ran out the back door of the business and came in contact with a Daytona Beach police officer and a South Daytona police officer. It's not the first time Pinkney has robbed, according to court records. Pinkney served four years in prison for armed robbery back in 2007. He's also been arrested for felonies and misdemenors including resisting an officer with violence, assault and battery on a law enforcement officer, posession of cocaine, and petit theft.Meanwhile police are working to figure out why Pickney targetted the salon. Jimmy Flynt with Daytona Beach Police says -- "When the suspect saw the police he proceeded to run out the back door with the gun in his hands and there were several shots fired," Police aren't saying how many times Pickney was shot. It's not clear if it was a verbal or physical threat that prompted police to shoot. Pickney was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries. The officers involved in the shooting were not hurt.Police say the two officers involved are still be interviewed by FDLE investigators.They're names aren't being released.They've been put on administrative leave, which is standard in a situation like this.MW, C4, TLS.