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Authorities have identified the teenager who shot and killed eight Fed-Ex employees in Indianapolis and wounded several others.

Police say Brandon Scott Hole, 19, shot four people outside the FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport on Thursday night.

The former Fed-ex employee then entered the facility and killed four others before turning the gun on himself.

Five people were hospitalized with bullet wounds. One is in critical condition, police say.

The FBI identified Hole and released a recent mugshot of him to the news media.

Hole's mother had warned police that he planned to commit "suicide by cop," the FBI said.

Hole was questioned last year and police seized a weapon from him after his mother warned authorities that he might try "suicide by cop."

CNN reporter Ana Cabrera tweeted, "The suspect in the Indianapolis mass shooting was known to federal and local authorities prior to the attack."

Federal agents served a search warrant on Hole's home, and seized evidence including computers and electronic devices early Friday.

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A homeowner in Wisconsin wants answers from FedEx after her security doorbell camera caught a FedEx driver cursing while mishandling a large package.

Andrea Wendorf told WISN she was at work when her security doorbell camera caught the FedEx driver having a meltdown while picking up a sofa she ordered from Wayfair.

The video footage shows the driver cursing while dragging the package through the snow and dropping the heavy package on the frozen asphalt.

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The FedEx driver cursed while speaking to a fellow employee on his cell phone as he struggled with the oversized package.

The 144-pound sofa had been delivered by FedEx twice, but the furniture was damaged both times.

"Now we're wondering if it was broken because of the way they treat the merchandise," Wendorf told WISN.

According to FedEx's guidelines on its website, the package is within its acceptable weight limits of 150 pounds.

Wendorf said she sent the video to FedEx but she received no response. So she took her complaint to the news media.

Twerking burglar

Police have arrested a man who burglarized a Clinton Hill, Brooklyn apartment building while his female accomplice 'twerked' outside. Akintunde Mills, 47, was arrested Friday after the surveillance video was released to the public. Police say the woman was 'twerking' to serve as a distraction while her partner-in-crime was inside stealing FedEx packages. A resident later reported packages missing after the Dec. 4 incident. Police say the pair stole $200 worth of clothing.

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Robert Griffin III

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III took a swift kick to the groin area during last night's Monday Night Football game against the San Francisco 49ers at FedEx Field.

As women we will never experience the excruciating pain that can drop a grown man and leave him writhing in agony on the floor. But thanks to this GIF from sports gossip blog Terez Owens, we have some idea of what it must be like.