Unseen photos show Connor Sturgeon’s idyllic family life with basketball coach father before he shot 4 dead in Louisville
Unseen photos show the idyllic family life of Louisville mass gunman Connor Sturgeon before he killed four and injured a number of others in Monday’s tragic incident.
Louisville Metro Police identified the suspect as 23-year-old Connor Sturgeon, an Old National Bank clerk, although records from The US Sun show he was 25.
Photos discovered online show Sturgeon looking like a normal 25-year-old with family and friends – and leaving questions about his motives.
Sturgeon was described by a friend and former high school teammate as smart, popular and a star athlete in high school track, football and basketball, The Daily Beast reported.
Louisville Police Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel said Sturgeon was live-streaming when he opened fire with a rifle at about 8:38 a.m. in the Old National Bank Building.
Four people died and nine others were injured, including three police officers.
Sturgeon is now dead after he and police exchanged gunfire, Gwinn-Villaroel said.
It is unclear if the police shot him or if he shot himself.
There are four confirmed Old National Bank employees who have been killed.
They include senior vice president Tommy Elliott, 63, market executive Jim Tutt, 64, senior vice president of commercial real estate Josh Barrick, 40, and commercial banking agent Juliana Farmer, 57.