Louisville, Kentucky gunman, who opened fire in the Old National Bank, has been revealed as Connor Sturgeon.
Louisville Shooting Suspect Name
The name of the Louisville shooting suspect has been revealed as Connor Sturgeon. Sturgeon, who was 25, reportedly wrote a note to his parents and friend detailing that he was going to open fire in the bank as mentioned here.
Louisville Bank Shooter
Sturgeon opened fire in the Old National Bank with a rifle as mentioned here. It was determined that Sturgeon interned at Old National Bank for three summers before gaining a full-time position in June of 2021 as noted here. Sturgeon was killed by police who responded to the shooting. It has been reported that the death toll from the massacre has reached 5. Eight others were injured during the shooting.
Connor Sturgeon Instagram Live Video
Sturgeon reportedly live-streamed the shooting on Instagram. This post has since been removed and law enforcement is supposedly in possession of it as noted here. There is no evidence at the moment that indicates why Sturgeon chose to target Old National Bank during this shooting.
CNN recently posted an excerpt from an essay that was written by a University of Alabama student named Connor Sturgeon, who wrote about having trouble fitting in. Check it out below.
“My self-esteem has long been a problem for me. As a late bloomer in middle and high school, I struggled to a certain extent to fit in, and this has given me a somewhat negative self-image that persists today. Making friends has never been especially easy, so I have more experience than most in operating alone.”
HOLR will continue to provide updates on the shooting as more information becomes available.
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