The Louisville shooter is 25 years old named Connor Sturgeon. FOX3 was told he was an employee at the Old National Bank. 5 people dead and 6 injured.
According to reports, the alleged gunman in the Louisville shooting was a 25-year-old named Connor Sturgeon, who supposedly sent a text to a friend before the incident expressing suicidal thoughts and a desire to “shoot up the bank.”
According Connor LinkedIn profile “I am a Syndications Associate and Portfolio Banker with Old National Bank in Louisville following completion of the ONB Commercial Banking Development Training Program in April 2022. I am certified in the RMA Lending Decision Process, hold a Master’s in Finance from the University of Alabama, and am on the Young Professionals board for Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana.”
Around 8:30 a.m., MetroSafe dispatchers received calls reporting an active shooter at the Old National Bank, which was later changed to an active aggressor report.
Responding officers arrived on the scene in minutes and exchanged gunfire with the shooter, who died shortly afterward. It is unclear at this time whether the suspect died from police gunfire or self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Eight people, including two officers, were transported to the University Hospital for treatment. One of the officers is currently in critical condition.
The lone shooter had a connection to the bank that is currently under investigation. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear was in Louisville in response to the shooting and joined the mayor in thanking the police for their quick action.
During a press conference, Beshear revealed that he had lost a close friend in the shooting, and another friend was at the hospital.
More to follow….
Everything we know about Louisville Old National Bank shooter Connor Sturgeon
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