Dayton shooting Rib: What we know about the gunman

Seventeen months prior, Moira Cofer Betts remained outside the Dublin Pub in Dayton with her child and little girl.

The three crushed together, affectionately intertwined, and grinned for a selfie. Betts then presented the photograph on Facebook, something she did regularly. “I’m an extremely fortunate mom,” she wrote in a different post a month later.

On Sunday, both of Betts’ kids were killed about a square from where they’d modeled for that photograph.

Her child, Connor, 24, was shot to death by police in the wake of slaughtering nine individuals and harming 27. Her girl, Megan, 22, was among the unfortunate casualties shot and murdered by her sibling.

Betts and her better half, Stephen, got the news inside hours of the shooting. Police and FBI specialists were at their home Sunday morning in the Dayton suburb of Bellbrook, scanning for proof that could help clarify what occurred.

“We don’t have the foggiest idea about the why, we don’t have the foggiest idea about the whats,” said Bellbrook Police Chief Doug Doherty. “Be that as it may, we do realize that there’s a mother and father down there that are truly stinging.”

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Connor did not have a genuine criminal record, yet a few people who realized him said he’d been harried before.

One colleague revealed to The Enquirer Connor Betts had been harassed in secondary school and reacted by making a hit rundown. “He had an arrangement to shoot up the secondary school,” said Laura Wakeley, who went to Bellbrook High School with him.

The Associated Press detailed that cohorts said he was suspended for assembling a “hit list” of those he needed to execute and an “assault list” of young ladies he needed to explicitly ambush.

Both previous colleagues told The Associated Press that Betts was suspended during their lesser year at rural Bellbrook High School after a hit rundown was found scribbled in a school restroom.

That pursued a prior suspension after Betts came to class with a rundown of female understudies he needed to explicitly attack, as per the two colleagues, a man and a lady who are both now 24 and addressed AP on state of obscurity out of concern they may confront badgering.

The revelation of the hit rundown from the get-go in 2012 started a police examination, and about 33% of Bellbrook understudies played hooky out of dread, as indicated by an article in the Dayton Daily News.

Drew Gainey was among the individuals who went via web-based networking media Sunday to state warnings were raised about Betts’ conduct years back.

“There was an occurrence in secondary school with this shooter that ought to have kept him from consistently getting his hands on a weapon. This was a catastrophe that was 100% avoidable,” he composed on in a Twitter post on Sunday.

Gainey did not react to messages from AP looking for further remark, yet the name for him coordinates that of a previous Bellbrook understudy who was on the track group with Betts.

Not every person who went to class with Betts had terrible things to state. Brad Howard told journalists in Bellbrook on Sunday that he was companions with Betts from preschool through their secondary school graduation.

“Connor Betts that I knew was a pleasant child. The Connor Betts that I conversed with, I generally coexisted with well,” Howard said.

Chris Baker, a previous Bellbrook High School head, was gotten some information about the hit rundown showing up on a washroom divider at the school. “I would not contest that data,” Baker told the Dayton Daily News, declining to remark further.

Connor was an understudy at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, however he was not enlisted at the school for the late spring.

As per his LinkedIn page, Connor’s work history included spells at Chipotle Mexican Grill and a corner store in Centerville, Ohio.

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Megan Betts was an understudy at Wright State University close Dayton, studying earth and natural sciences.

A secondary school companion, Dana Raber, depicted her as “a sweetheart.” Raber said she keep going saw Megan on Halloween two or three years prior, when her companion was spruced up as a scarecrow to alarm kids as they circumvented gathering treats.

“It made me grin since she did it in great fun,” said Raber, 20. “She’s a great deal of fun.”

The Betts’ folks were depicted in sparkling terms by neighbors. Doherty said the family lived in Bellbrook for various years.

The road where they lived was shut Sunday while police were at the Betts’ home. Correspondents congregated outside the blockades, seeking after data about what occurred and why.

Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said the guardians were met about the shooting. “This is a bad dream for them,” he said.

A few photographs from Moira Cofer Betts’ Facebook page show Connor and Megan together, grinning. The same number of guardians do, she posted about the amount she worshiped her children.

“My loves,” she composed on April 19, 2017, over an image of Connor and Megan. “So glad to be their mother!”