Louisville shooter graduated from UA
Louisville Police Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel has identified the gunman in Monday’s bank shooting as 23-year-old Connor Sturgeon. Sturgeon’s Linked-In page shows that he was a graduate of the University of Alabama. WVUA 23 confirmed with the University of Alabama that there was a student named Connor Sturgeon who attended the university from fall 2016 to December 2020. He received a master’s of science in finance.
Louisville police say at least four people were killed and nine others wounded in a shooting at a bank building in downtown Louisville.
Louisville Metro Police Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey said in a news conference this morning that the suspect was also dead after the Monday morning shooting.
Humphrey said the wounded included two police officers. Officers who arrived on the scene exchanged gunfire with the shooter but it wasn’t clear how he died.
Humphrey said the shooter appeared to be a former employee of the bank.
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4/10/2023 12:13:02 PM (GMT -5:00)