This week’s news roundup on cases of mass violence relevant to prosecutors and prosecution teams is featured below.
Gunman Kills 5 Co-Workers at Louisville Bank on Livestream, Police Say
New York Times 4/10/2023
Five people were killed and eight more wounded after a 25-year-old man opened gunfire on his colleagues at the Old National Bank in Louisville, Kentucky, where he was employed, while livestreaming the assault. Bullets were exchanged between the suspect and police before he was ultimately killed.
Denver Student Shoots 2 School Administrators, Police Say
New York Times 3/22/2023
A school student shot two school administrators at a Denver public school and fled, later to be found dead.
2 North Carolina students expelled for making school threats, officials say
Fox 8 4/7/2023
Two students were expelled from New Life Christian Academy in Rocky Mount, North Carolina the remainder of the school year for “communicating threats of mass violence.”
Warren County 6th grader taken into custody for threatening school
A 6th grader was taken into custody and charged with making threats of mass violence on school property after a thorough investigation.