St. Louis School Shooting Suspect Carried AR-15 And Left Note Saying 'I Don’t Have Any Friends' Or 'Family'
Orlando Harris called himself an "isolated loner," which sounds like a "perfect storm for a mass shooter," St. Louis Police Chief Michael Sack said.
October 26, 2022 at 2:24 pm
Two people died following a mass shooting at a St. Louis High School on Monday morning.
According to ABC News, the shooter was a 19-year-old graduate of the Missouri school and was armed with an AR-15-style rifle. He was carrying over 600 rounds of ammunition when he opened fire. Seven others were left wounded but are reportedly in stable condition.
St. Louis police (@SLMPD) identified former student Orlando Harris, 19, as the person who shot nine people Monday morning at Central VPA High School. These are pictures of Harris from the school’s 2019–2020 yearbook.— Jacob Kuerth (@jacobkuerth) October 25, 2022
Two people—teacher Jean Kuczka and student Alex Bell—died. pic.twitter.com/M1vWpva1SW