The Latest: Air Force officer suspect in Colorado slayings
Oct. 20, 2017
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — The Latest on a fatal shootings of two people near Colorado State University this week (all times local):
Authorities say a man suspected of killing two people, including a Colorado university student, and wounding a third before killing himself is an Air Force staff sergeant.
Fort Collins police identified the gunman Friday as 30-year-old Michael Zamora.
F.E. Warren Air Force Base issued a statement saying that Zamora was a staff sergeant assigned to the base, which is located outside Cheyenne, Wyoming. He was off-duty at the time of the 2 a.m. shooting.
Police say Zamora had socialized with the victims before shooting them outside a Fort Collins apartment complex located blocks from Colorado State University.
Savannah McNeally, a 22-year-old senior arts major at CSU, was killed, as was 26-year-old Tristian Kemp of Destin, Florida.
Police say a female victim is hospitalized with gunshot wounds and is expected to survive. Her name hasn't been released.
Police say a man believed to have killed two people and wounded a third near a Colorado university socialized with the victims before the shooting.
The Coloradoan reports that 30-year-old Michael Zamora is suspected of killing himself after the shootings early Thursday near Colorado State University.
The Larimer County coroner says the victims are 22-year-old Savannah McNealy, a CSU senior, and 26-year-old Tristian Kemp.
Police say the third victim is hospitalized and expected to survive her wounds. Her identity hasn't been released.