VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A dozen people were killed on Friday in Virginia Beach when a longtime city employee opened fire in a municipal building. This is what we know about them.
Brown was a right-of-way agent for the city for four-and-a-half years.
Gallagher was an engineer for the city for six years.
Mary Louise Gayle
Gayle worked as a right-of-way agent for the city for 24 years.
Alexander Mikhail Gusev
Gusev was a right-of-way agent for the city for nine years.
Katherine A Nixon
Nixon was an engineer for the city for 10 years.
Richard H. Nettleton
Nettleton was an engineer for the city for 28 years.
Christopher Kelly Rapp
Rapp was an engineer for the city for 11-months.
Ryan Keith Cox
Cox was an account clerk for the city for 12-and-a-half years.
Joshua A Hardy
Hardy was an engineering technician for the city for four-and-a-half years.
Michelle "Missy" Langer
Langer was an administrative assistant for the city for 12 years.
Robert "Bobby" Williams
Williams was a special projects coordinator for the city for 41 years.
Herbert "Bert" Snelling
Snelling was a contractor in Virginia Beach. He was trying to fill a permit when the shooting happened, city officials say.
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Four others in the shooting were hospitalized, police said. They had surgery Friday night. Three are in critical condition, while one is in fair condition, hospital officials said.
The city has shared this information for those who want to help in the wake of the shooting.
The gunman was identified as 40-year-old DeWayne Craddock, an engineer with the city's public utilities department "for approximately 15 years," according to police. They say his motive is unknown at this time.
Craddock was a current employee. Police say he fired through all three floors of the building. A .45-caliber pistol, a suppressor and several empty, higher-capacity magazines were found near the gunman, according to police.