Crime Brandon Scott Hole Fired From FedEx Before Shooting, Family Says
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Brandon Scott Hole, who has been identified as the suspect in Friday's shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, was fired from the delivery services company ahead of the violence, according to family and friends who spoke with WXIN.
The local network is waiting for more details.
Hole was identified by law enforcement officials as a 19-year-old from Indiana. Investigators searched a home associated with Hole on Friday, seizing evidence, including desktop computers and other electronic media, according to the Associated Press.
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Hole began randomly shooting at people in the parking lot of the facility Friday morning before going into the building to continue firing. At least eight people were killed. Hole is reportedly also dead, apparently from a self-inflicted wound.
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.
Alleged gunman in FedEx shooting browsed white supremacist websites, police say .
The alleged gunman who killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis apparently browsed white supremacist websites a little over a year before the shooting.On March 3, 2020, Brandon Hole's mother went to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department seeking help after her son had purchased a shotgun with no bullets, according to new details in an incident report released Monday. The mother told police that her son became angry, struck her in the arm with a closed fist and told her to "shut up" when she had asked what he was going to do with the gun.