SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS IN VIRGINIA BEACH — “‘We are a heartbroken city’: After mass shooting, Virginia Beach mourns and searches for answers,” by WaPo’s Laura Vozzella, Ian Shapira, Justin Jouvenal and Gregory S. Schneider in Virginia Beach: “He was a longtime employee with an office access card. He carried two legally purchased firearms. Police arrived within moments of the first shots.“Nothing in the immediate aftermath of Friday’s mass shooting stands out as a breakdown in security. And yet 12 people who showed up as usual to a city office building — 11 employees and one contractor filing a permit — never made it back home. Officials could offer no clear motive or explanation Saturday for what Police Chief James A. Cervera called a ‘horrific event of unbelievable proportion.’“Authorities identified DeWayne Craddock, 40, of Virginia Beach, as the shooter, who was killed in a gun battle with police. Craddock used two .45-caliber handguns in the incident, and an official with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said they had been legally purchased — one in 2016 and the other in 2018.” WaPoTHE VIRGINIAN-PILOT: “These are the 12 victims of the Virginia Beach mass shooting. Here are their stories.” …… Read full this story
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