Police respond to reports of a shooter at a high-rise luxury condominium building in Reno, Nev., on Tuesday. (Andy Barron/Reno Gazette-Journal via AP)
A gunman was killed by police after he fired shots from an elevated position at a luxury apartment complex in downtown Reno, Nev., shortly before 7 p.m. Tuesday, police said. Barricaded in a room on the eighth floor of the high-rise building, the shooter sent bullets raining onto the street below.
No other casualties have been reported, except for a woman who was injured in the hand, the Sparks Police Department said in a news release. She did not need medical treatment.
Few details about the incident were available Tuesday night. Neither the identity of the shooter nor the intended target was known.
Tuesday’s shooting at the Montage complex came less than two months after Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — A man who survived the Oct. 1 mass shooting that killed 58 concert-goers and injured hundreds in Las Vegas has been killed in a hit-and-run in southern Nevada.
Roy McClellan of Las Vegas was killed Nov. 17 while hitchhiking on State Route 160 in Pahrump, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) west of Las Vegas.
His widow, Denise McClellan, told KSNV-TV she can’t understand why her 52-year-old husband survived the shooting, only to die in a hit-and-run. She says the mass shooting “was messing with his head” and that he was undergoing therapy.
The Nevada Highway Patrol says it is seeking the driver of a Chevrolet Camaro with front-end damage.
Stephen Paddock unleashed gunfire at an outdoor music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino before killing himself.
PAHRUMP, Nevada — A man who survived the infamous Las Vegas mass shooting that killed 58 and injured hundreds more has been killed in a hit-and-run in Southern Nevada on Friday, Nov. 17.
Roy McClellan, 52, was hitch hiking on State Route 160 in Pahrump, approximately 50 miles west of Las Vegas, before being killed.
The Nevada Highway Patrol say they are searching for the driver of a Chevrolet Camaro with front-end damage that they believe committed the hit-and run.
Roy’s widow, Denise McClellan, informed KSNV-TV that she can’t begin to comprehend why her husband survived the shooting, only to so soon after die in a hit-and-run. She also explained that her husband had been attending a therapy, claiming to be psychologically struggling since the mass shooting occurred.
Stephen Paddock shot and killed 58 people at an outdoor music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino before killing himself, resulting in
The Texas community stricken by the mass shooting at Sutherland First Baptist Church says it is still finding reasons to be thankful during the holiday season.
Pastor Frank Pomeroy, who lost his 14-year-old daughter Annabelle Pomeroy in the November shooting that left 26 people dead, said there is a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving, like the support provided to the Texas town in the days after the tragedy.
“Is it going to be difficult? Yes, but you know what? I am celebrating this great country that God has blessed us with on Thanksgiving, and also celebrating the birth of the savior at Christmas,” Pomeroy told NBC News.
The idea that we should be grateful that the gunman, after killing his wife and hiding her body, killed “only” four more innocents is so terribly sad and noteworthy. This new normal of regular violence does not scare us enough, so we just accept it as part of being an American.
We stand up for many things in this country with great passion, as we should. But as long as we allow the Republican Party to repeat its tired mantra of “this isn’t the time to talk about gun control,” nothing will change.
Our children deserve to live in a safe world. The headline should have said, “More innocent victims died” and noted that it happened
RANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE, Calif. — The day before a man went on a shooting spree at seven sites in this Northern California community, he killed his wife in their home and cut a hole in the floor to hide her body, sheriff’s officials said Wednesday.
The killing of the woman, whose name has not been released, raises the death toll to five at the hands of suspect Kevin Janson Neal, 43, who also is dead.
Two Tehama County sheriff’s deputies killed him Tuesday in a shootout after they rammed his vehicle as he fled one of the crime scenes.
“He shot her at some point, probably late Monday, … put her body in
A gunman “randomly picking targets” killed four people and injured at least 10 others, including two children, in a shooting rampage Tuesday during which he fired into an elementary school in rural Northern California, sheriff’s officials said.
The alleged gunman was shot dead by Tehama County law enforcement officials. Officers recovered a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns, which they believe were used by the shooter, according to Assistant Tehama County Sheriff Phil Johnston.
“People died here today,” Johnston said. “This is a very tragic event for all of us. There are children involved. It’s an emotional thing.”
Four Dead, Gunman Killed After NorCal Shooting Rampage
At least five people are dead, including the shooter, after a 14 November 2017 mass shooting attack in Rancho Tehama, California.
Authorities said that they were investigating multiple crime scenes, including the local elementary school. At least two children were reported among the 10 people who were injured and hospitalized.
Rancho Tehama is a small community about 120 miles northwest of Sacramento, the state capital.
Tahoma County Undersheriff Phil Johnston said that a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns were recovered from the scene. Both are thought to have been used by the suspected gunman. Authorities have not released the alleged gunman’s identity, but a local man, Brian Flint, identified himself as the man’s neighbor, saying:
The crazy thing is that the neighbor has been shooting a lot of bullets lately, hundreds of rounds, large magazines. We made it aware that this guy is crazy and he’s been threatening