Kalamazoo Uber Driver Visited Gun Store Hours Before Killings
Uber driver Jason Brian Dalton was taken into court this week, as families of his victims gathered together for an emotional vigil Monday night.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the 45-year-old was taken into police custody after allegedly killing six people in an hours-long shooting rampage in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
The shooting spree began around 6pm Saturday evening when a woman — who was with her three children — was shot four times in the parking lot of an apartment complex. While she is expected to survive, others were not so lucky.
Four hours later, two men were shot and killed at a Kia dealership. Within ten minutes, the shooter opened fire at a Cracker Barrel restaurant, slaying four women and seriously injuring a 14-year-old girl. Dalton was arrested two hours later.
According to reports, Dalton, a former insurance investor and father-of-two, appeared "stone-faced" and quiet in court Tuesday morning, showing no sign of remorse for his crime.
Andrew Jameson, the best man at Dalton's wedding, also weighed in on the situation, telling ABC News, "He was very quiet and reserved…definitely not out to cause anybody trouble."
Meanwhile, a local gun and ammunition store owner said Dalton stopped in about once a month, and was there just hours before the shooting, purchasing a tactical jacket.
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