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.
A high school basketball and track team coach died when he and his brother-in-law attempted to rob a Mexican drug cartel stash house in North Carolina.
Police say Barney Harris and his brother-in-law Steven Stewart Jr. used cell phone apps to pinpoint the locations of the Sinaloa New Generation Cartel stash houses.
Authorities say Harris lived a double life. He coached high school basketball while moonlighting to steal money and drugs from cartels.
Harris (left) and Stewart (right) apparently targeted the cartels because their members are unlikely to call the police when they are robbed.
Unfortunately, the cartel members had more firepower and a gunfight ensued when Harris and Alexander broke into the mobile home in the early morning hours of April 8.
Harris's bullet-riddled body was found in one of the bedrooms. His bulletproof vest offered little protection against the cartel's high-powered arsenal.
The high school where Harris coached basketball and taught Spanish honored him with a memorial page. However, the page was removed when the circumstances surrounding Harris's death were revealed.
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The father of former Atlanta Falcons player Phillip Adams says he believes concussions may have caused his murderous rampage.
Phillip Adams broke into a neighbor's home on Wednesday, April 7, and shot 70-year-old Dr. Robert Lesslie and his 69-year-old wife Barbara Lesslie.
Adams then shot and killed the couple's grandchildren, 9-year-old Adah Lesslie, and 5-year-old Noah Lesslie.
All 4 family members were found in a bedroom inside the home.
Two HVAC repair men working outside the home were also shot. James Lewis, a 39-year-old single father of three, died from his injuries.
The second repair man was taken to a hospital where he is listed in critical condition.
Police say Adams returned to his Rock Hill, SC home where he fatally shot himself. His body was found the next day.
Alonzo Adams told WCNC-TV his son was being treated by Dr. Lesslie at one point.
"I can say he's a good kid," Alonzo Adams said. "I think the football messed him up."
"I don't think he ever did anybody any harm. All I can say is we pray for the family," Alonzo Adams told WCNC-TV. "He used to be my doctor a long time ago. I know they were good folks down there. We're gonna keep them in our prayers."
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More details have emerged about a former Atlanta Falcons player who killed five people then turned the gun on himself in South Carolina.
Phillip Adams, who played defensive back on multiple teams including the Falcons, fatally shot five people before killing himslf.
According to Complex.com, Adams shot and killed 70-year-old Dr. Robert Lesslie and his 69-year-old wife Barbara Lesslie. The couple was pronounced dead at their home on Wednesday.
Adams also killed their grandchildren, 9-year-old Adah Lesslie, and 5-year-old Noah Lesslie.
A HVAC technician working outside the home, 38-year-old James Lewis, was found shot to death. A second HVAC technician was transported to a local hospital in critical condition.
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Adams forced his way into the Rock Hill, SC home and opened fire. All four family members were found in a bedroom in the home.
Adams lived with his mother down the street from the victims.
The York County Sheriff's Office located Adams in a home in Rock Hill on Thursday. He died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Adams was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 2010. His last season was in 2015.
Viral video circulating on social media shows two female patrons narrowly escape death as gunmen shot up an Ohio nightclub.
The viral video shows bullets strike a wall near where two maskless women were dancing. Distinct popping sounds can be heard over the loud rap music.
"Oh my god! Oh my god!" said one of the women who was live-streaming the event on Instagram.com (watch the video below).
The shooting took place around 3 a.m. on Sunday at The Spot Night Club, Cleveland Police said in a statement.
Police told 19 News that preliminary investigation shows several gunmen fired rounds inside inside the club. Seven people were wounded by gunfire. Miraculously, no one was killed.
The victims are four men and three women, all between 20 and 30 years old, police said.
All of the victims were treated at MetroHealth and released, police said.
None of the suspects were identified and no arrests have been made, Cleveland.com reported.
The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.
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Music producer Pharrell Williams is using his influence to seek justice for his cousin, Donovan Lynch.
Lynch, 25, was one of two people killed in separate shootings that left eight innocent bystanders wounded on March 26.
Lynch was killed by a police officer who claimed he had been waving a gun.
Virginia Beach Police Chief Paul Neudigate later told reporters a firearm was found nearby. He said the officer was wearing a body cam but, "for unknown reasons," it was not functioning, WTVR reported.
Former Bad Girls Club Season 17 cast member Deshayla Harris was also killed during a separate shooting on Friday night in Virginia Beach.
Following the shootings, three men ranging in age from 18 to 22 were arrested on Saturday and charged with felonious assault and firearms possession.
Pharrell, 47, shared a tribute to Lynch on his Instagram.com page on Monday, March 29.
He captioned an image of Lynch:
"The loss of these lives is a tragedy beyond measure. My cousin Donovon was killed during the shootings. He was a bright light and someone who always showed up for others. It is critical my family and the other victims’ families get the transparency, honesty and justice they deserve. Virginia Beach is the epitome of hope and tenacity and, as a community, we will get through this and come out even stronger."
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Rapper Quando Rondo and King Von's alleged killer Lul Timm (right) celebrated after Timm was released from an Atlanta jail over the weekend.
Lul Timm, real name Timothy Leeks, is accused of gunning down Chicago rapper King Von outside the Monaco Hookah Lounge in downtown Atlanta in November.
King Von, born Dayvon Bennett, was involved in a fistfight with Rondo at the time of the shooting. Von died hours later during surgery at an Atlanta hospital. He was 26.
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Timm was released from jail after Rondo (pictured in 2019) allegedly paid his $100,000 bond. Timm shared an Instagram photo of himself wearing all black on Saturday.
Timm captioned the image: "I got bruddas that didn’t come from my mother but we locced in 4L [sic]."
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Rondo was not charged in Von's murder, but his life is in constant danger. Rumor has it that rapper Lil Durk (pictured left with Von) put a $5 million bounty on Rondo's head.
A King Von fan wrote this comment on Timm's IG page: "You are a living dead... When you go out of jail just remember this. F*** your life pu**y. You are next."
A former cast member of "Bad Girls Club" was killed in a shooting incident in Virginia Beach on March 26.
Deshayla 'Shay' Harris, 29, was one of two people killed at the scene, including the gunman.
Harris was struck by a stray bullet during one shooting incident in Virginia Beach, where she died at the scene.
Police say two other shootings took place around the same time in the area, although the incidents don't appear to be connected.
Shortly before her murder, Harris shared an Instagram video which appeared to have been filmed at a bar.
"I'm only doing s**t that's gonna make me elevate!" she said in what turned out to be her final post.
The Virginia native rose to fame following her appearance on the 17th and final season of Bad Girls Club in 2017, when she earned the nickname "Firecracker Fashionista."
She was remembered on social media by former cast member Keyaira 'Key’ Hamilton: "You didn't deserve this man. Rest easy Babygirl... watch over me."
Police say there are no arrests, and the shooting incident is still under investigation.
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A 12-year-old Miami boy is in critical condition at Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center after he was abducted, raped and shot in the head by a Hispanic male.
Miami police say the Hispanic boy was abducted off the street around 2 a.m. Saturday in the Brownsville neighborhood of Northwest Miami-Dade County.
The boy was walking down a street when a man pulled up alongside him, forced him into a vehicle, sexually assaulted him, shot him and then pushed him out of the vehicle, WPLG Local News 10 reported.
A bystander heard the boy's screams and took him to a nearby convenience store where an employee called 911.
Local News 10 talked to the Good Samaritan who asked to be identified only as Johnny. He said he was on his bicycle when he heard the boy screaming for help.
Johnny accompanied the child to the Foodland Market at NW 47th Street and 32nd Avenue, where the boy collapsed on the ground.
Johnny, who said he didn't have a phone, noticed the boy was bleeding from a head wound. The boy told him he had been shot.
The child was wearing only a blue t-shirt, blood-stained underwear and socks.
Police are searching for a Hispanic male with long curly hair, about 30 to 40 years old, driving a black sedan.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-8477.
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A God-fearing Georgia man killed eight people at three Atlanta-area massage parlors because he believed Asian women caused his sex addiction.
Robert Aaron Long, 21, killed eight people - including six Asian women - at three massage parlors on Tuesday evening.
He then fled Georgia, heading south to Florida where he intended to kill more Asian women.
Long was taken into custody around 8:30 p.m. by a Georgia State Trooper who performed a PIT maneuver, causing Long's vehicle to spin out on I-75 in Crisp County, about 150 miles south of Atlanta.
Once in custody, he confessed to the murders and said he targeted the spas because he blamed his "sex addiction" on the massage parlors and he wanted to remove "temptation."
He told investigators he was not a racist and the murders were not hate crimes.
Celebrities took to social media on Tuesday and Wednesday to voice their support for the Asian community in Atlanta.
Lulu Wang, Daniel Dae Kim and Mindy Kaling were among those who expressed their concerns for the safety of the Asian American community in Atlanta.
Responding to a tweet that read: "I want to know their names, who and what they loved, the people they had waiting for them at home, everything they hoped for," Wang wrote:
"I know these women. The ones working themselves to the bone to send their kids to school, to send money back home. In too much pain to know what else to say so I’ll just leave this here."
Bernice King and Lebron James also expressed their condolences on Twitter.