MSU Gunman Was 43-Year-Old With Zero Ties To School, Multiple Gun Charges


Police have identified the suspect in a deadly mass shooting last night that killed 3 Michigan State University students and injured 5 others.

The suspect, who we will not name, was identified as a 43-year-old man who had no ties to the university. It was also revealed that the suspect had previously pled guilty to a gun charge in 2019 for carrying a concealed firearm without a permit. He was also later charged with possession of a loaded firearm in a vehicle.

The felony gun charge was later reduced, and the suspect served 18 months of probation. He spent one day in jail.

Following the mass shooting, the suspect was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound near his father’s home, where he apparently resided.

The motive for the attack is being investigated.

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