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Connor Sturgeon, who allegedly killed four people and injured others, had worled at Old National Bank in Louisville.
The four innocent victims shot in Monday’s bank mass shooting in Louisville, Kentucky by 23-year-old former bank employee Connor Sturgeon have now been identified.
Police identified the four victims as several high-ranking people at Old National Bank, including Tommy Elliott, 63, a senior vice president and personal friend of Gov. Andy Beshear.
The others were identified as Jim Tutt, 64, a market executive, Joshua Barrick, 40, another senior vice president, and Juliana Farmer, 45, a commercial loan specialist.
“Tommy Elliot helped me build my legal career, he helped me become governor, he gave me advice on how to be a good father,” Beshear said. “These are irreplaceable and incredible people who were torn from all of us by a terrible act of violence.”
A lone gunman broke into the Old National Bank in downtown Louisville around 8:30 a.m. and opened fire in a first-floor conference room.
Crime scene investigators could also be seen marking several bullet holes in windows near the bank’s front door as of Monday afternoon.
The victims were shot and killed when Sturgeon stormed the Old National Bank in downtown around 8:30 a.m. and opened fire in a first-floor conference room, police said.
Four victims of Louisville mass shooting identified
Eight others, including two policemen, were injured in the ordeal and were rushed to a nearby hospital. One officer, 26-year-old Nicholas Wilt, was shot in the head and remained in critical condition Monday afternoon. He is a new recruit who only graduated from the police academy a month ago.
Sturgeon’s dad was a college and high school basketball coach in Indiana who led his most recent team to two sectional titles with a record of 142-45 before retiring last year, the Louisville-based WLKY-TV reported in April 2022. The school in Floyd Knobs, Indiana, is just 10 miles away from downtown Louisville.
Before coaching there, he had left his job as the successful head coach at the University of Indianapolis in 2007 to spend more time with his family, according to a report on the website of his alma mater, DePauw University. His two sons were 9 and 6 at the time.