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A veteran member of the U.S. Civil Guard killed after he died by gunfire that erupted in a body armory Tennessee.
Police now do the necessary research to find out what had happened. A second man was taken into custody for questioning.
The shooting occurred in Lobelville, about 75 miles southwest of Nashville.
The spokesman for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Josh DeVine said the victim’s name will not make it public until their families are notified first.
But Maj. Gen. Max Haston, identified him as a sergeant first class who had more than 20 years in the body.
This incident generated a lot of concern that the armory is usually locked. It is not clear how it was that the gunman entered the building.
The property does not have surveillance cameras but according to reports, at least one other person was in place, in addition to the trigger and the victim.
Yet no charges have been filed against any person, however a person in custody. Is known to be a man and was not an employee of the armory.
In other violence that erupted in the United States, a man who allegedly killed dead four of his children and two adults, and injured very serious to her 15 year old daughter, knelt and then gave up a showdown three hours in a suburb of Houston, police said.
The man will be arraigned in the next few hours, a day after the massacre on a usually quiet neighborhood of spring, Texas, said Deputy Police Chief Thomas Gilliland.
Police did not release the man’s identity or that of their victims. Gilliland said the dead were two boys of 4 and 14 years, two girls aged 7 and 9, a 39 and a 33.
Man is separated from his wife, who lives in another state, and all children are born to the couple said. Courtesy By USA News.