The Washington Post reports:
The gunman who targeted two buildings at Michigan State University on Monday night, killing three students and critically wounding five, had been previously arrested for carrying a loaded firearm without a concealed-weapons permit in 2019 but served no prison time.
Anthony Dwayne McRae, 43, was not affiliated with the university in any way before Monday’s shooting, Chris Rozman, MSU’s interim deputy police chief, said in a news conference. Authorities are still working to determine McRae’s motive.
Five of the wounded students remain in critical condition at Sparrow Hospital, and some of them have had undergone surgery, hospital spokesman John Foren said Tuesday.
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Authorities have identified the suspect in the deadly mass shooting at Michigan State University. Here’s what we know about him.https://t.co/nREw1PdbXl
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