PICTURED: All 12 Virginia Beach massacre victims gunned down indiscriminately by a disgruntled city employee, 40, who opened fire with a handgun before he was killed by cops after a shootout

Saturday, June 1, 2019
By Paul Martin

Virginia Beach police say the shooter, a ‘long-time, current’ city of Virginia Beach public utilities employee, gunned down twelve employees of the city in cold blood before police killed him following a ‘long gun battle’
He has been named as DeWayne Craddock, 40, who reportedly bought multiple firearms in recent weeks
He opened fire shortly after 4pm in Building 2 of the municipal center, close to City Hall using a 45 caliber handgun with a suppressor and multiple extended magazines
He is said to have engaged in a ‘long term gun battle’ with first cops and was ‘indiscriminate’ with his shooting
Mayor Bobby Dyer called the massacre: ‘The most devastating day in the history of Virginia Beach’
President Trump sent his condolences to the families of the victims, via twitter, this morning. He wrote: ‘The Federal Government is there, and will be, for whatever they may need. God bless the families and all’

1 June 2019

The tragic victims of the Virginia Beach municipal center who were gunned down by a city employee wielding a ‘modified handgun’ before he was killed by police following a ‘long running battle’ have been pictured.

The shooter, named as DeWayne Craddock, 40, reportedly bought multiple firearms in recent weeks although police have so far refused to reveal whether there was an intended target or motive to the senseless attack.

Virginia Beach City Manager Dave Hansen said at a press conference Saturday that Craddock had been employed by the city for 15 years as an engineer. Hansen said Craddock was still employed at the time of the shooting Friday afternoon and possessed a security pass that allowed him access to nonpublic areas of the municipal building.

Neither Hansen nor Virginia Beach Police Chief James Cervera would comment on whether Craddock was facing disciplinary or termination proceedings at the time of the shooting.

Some 11 city employees and one contractor were killed in the shooting. Craddock was killed in the ensuing gunbattle with police. One police officer was hurt but was expected to recover.

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