10 Dead In Boulder Shooting, Killer Not Yet Named

ABC News reports:

At least 10 people, including a police officer, were killed in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday afternoon when a gunman opened fire at a King Soopers grocery store, police said. The slain officer has been identified by police as 51-year-old Eric Talley. He had been a member of the Boulder Police Department since 2010.

Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold fought back tears at a Monday evening press conference, during which he praised Talley for his “heroic action” in responding to the incident after the police department received 911 calls of shots fired and of a “possible person with a patrol rifle.”

NPR reports:

Law enforcement personnel said Monday police had the suspect in custody and there was no further danger to the public. By 1 a.m. MT Tuesday, police still had not released the suspect’s name.

Media outlets captured footage of a shirtless man as he was calmly walked out of the King Soopers grocery store in handcuffs. His right leg — from his knee down to his foot — was covered in what looked like blood. He was taken away in an ambulance.