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Wikipedia : 2019 Dayton shooting


A mass shooting was carried out in Dayton, Ohio, United States, on August 4, 2019, at 1:05 a.m. EDT.


Ten people were killed, including the perpetrator, and 27 others were injured (14 of the injured were injured by gunfire). The gunman was killed by police within 30 seconds of the first shots being fired.[5]


A search of the suspected shooter's home found writings that showed interest in killing people.


A preliminary assessment of the writings indicated he had no racial motive.[6]


The attack was the second mass shooting in the United States in 13 hours, following one in El Paso, Texas.


2019 Dayton shooting
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Ned Peppers Bar the day after the shooting
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Map of the events of the shooting within the Oregon Historic District
Location 419 East 5th Street
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Coordinates 39.7572°N 84.1843°WCoordinates: 39.7572°N 84.1843°W
Date August 4, 2019
1:05 a.m. (EDT UTC−04:00)
Attack type
Mass shooting
Weapons AR-15 style pistol using .223 Remington with a 100-round drum magazine[1][2][3]
Deaths 10 (including the perpetrator)
27 (14 from gunfire)[4]
Perpetrator Connor Stephen Betts





At 1:05 a.m., eyewitnesses reported that a man opened fire at the entrance of Ned Peppers Bar in the downtown Oregon Historic District of Dayton.[7]


He was carrying a firearm that included part of an Anderson Manufacturing semi-automatic AM-15 (based on the AR-15)[8][1] in a pistol configuration with a shortened barrel, chambered in .223 caliber ammunition and equipped with a 100-round drum magazine.[2]


He fired into crowds and fatally shot nine people.[9][10]


According to Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl, 20 seconds after the shooting began,[5] law enforcement officers already on the scene engaged the gunman.[11]


Within 30 seconds after the first shots were fired,[5] the gunman was shot dead.[12]


Local police evacuated many nearby night venues, and warned Dayton residents to stay away from the Oregon Historic District.[12]





Miami Valley Hospital received 16 victims from the shooting, of which five were admitted and one was listed as being in critical condition.


Kettering Health Network, comprising nine hospitals in the area, received nine victims, with three in serious condition and three in fair condition.[13]


By 10:00 a.m. on the same day, 15 of 27 hospitalized individuals had been discharged.[12] Of those injured during the shooting, 14 people suffered gunshot wounds.[14]


Police reported that all the fatalities occurred outside the bar on East 5th Street,[12] and that the shooter's 22-year-old sister, Megan Betts, was among those killed.[15][16][17]


Investigators are trying to determine if the gunman intentionally killed his sister, who was among the first victims, or if she was shot while trying to stop him.[18]


The nine fatally injured victims included five males and four females; six victims were black and three were white.[19] Their ages ranged from 22 to 57 years old.[20]





Soon after the attack, law enforcement confirmed that the gunman was Connor Stephen Betts, a 24-year-old from Bellbrook, Ohio.[21][12][22]


On Betts' Twitter account, he described himself as a leftist, anime fan, and metalhead.


He had posted tweets that opposed Donald Trump and supported Elizabeth Warren, socialism and Satan.[23][24][25]


Although many of his tweets were mundane and nonpolitical, he had retweeted posts that supported the antifa movement and opposed U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents and police.


In the hours before he opened fire in Dayton, he "liked" a post in favor of gun control, and several concerning the 2019 El Paso shooting, including a tweet that called the El Paso shooter a "terrorist" and a "white supremacist."[25]


The FBI investigation is ongoing, but an official has said that the shooter was associated with incel groups of misogynists deeply suspicious and disparaging of women.[26]


According to Newsweek, Betts was registered as a voter in Greene County, Ohio, as a Democrat.[27]


According to law enforcement, Betts had no criminal record except for minor traffic offenses.[28][29][30]


Two former high school classmates stated that Betts was suspended from Bellbrook High School after he made lists of other students he wanted to kill and rape.[31]


The "hit list" was discovered in early 2012 and resulted in a police investigation.[31]


A classmate also stated that Betts was bullied and had planned to shoot up the school.[28]


The notion of Betts having been bullied was disputed by other classmates, who described him as a misogynist and a bully, reporting that he enjoyed scaring women while attending the school.[24]


Over the past year, Betts performed live vocals for a pornogrind band called Menstrual Munchies, which Vice News described as a "misogynistic, male-dominated" music scene.[32] Betts' high school girlfriend stated that at the time they dated Betts complained of visual and auditory hallucinations, and psychosis, and was afraid of developing schizophrenia.[33][34]


During the day, police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) searched the shooter's home and found writings that showed interest in killing people, with a preliminary assessment of the writings indicating the shooter had no racial motive or political motive.[6]


As of August 5, 2019, police investigators stated that the investigation is ongoing and that they are not prepared to speculate about motivation.[35][6]


On the late afternoon of August 5, 34 hours after the shooting, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl stated that "We have a lot of evidence still to go through ... based on where we're at now, we are not seeing any indication of race being a motive",[36] and that police had not determined whether he shot his sister deliberately or unknowingly.[36]


Betts had additional ammunition magazines with him, and was wearing body armor, a mask and hearing protection during the attack.[9][37]


He reportedly ordered the semi-automatic firearm[a] used in the shooting online from Texas, and the firearm was transferred to a local firearms dealer in Ohio, where he picked it up.[10]






[ 27 ] Doherty, Jennifer (August 4, 2019). "Who Is Connor Betts? Dayton Shooting Suspect Identified by Police". Newsweek. Retrieved August 4, 2019.




Newsweek : Who Is Connor Betts? Dayton Shooting Suspect Identified by Police


By Jennifer Doherty On 8/4/19 at 12:41 PM EDT


Police have named Connor Betts, 24, of Bellbrook, Ohio, as the suspected gunman in a mass shooting that killed 9 people and injured 27 more in Dayton, just after 1:00 a.m. local time, the Associated Press confirmed.

At 12:20 local time, Assistant Chief of the Dayton Police Department Matt Carper confirmed the suspect's identity his date of birth was Oct. 28, 1994.

Betts was killed by police shortly after the shooting began.

At the noon press conference, officials also provided the names of the nine victims allegedly killed by Betts, including the suspected gunman's sister, Megan Betts, 22.






Ned Peppers bar


Wikipedia : Attack


At 1:05 a.m., eyewitnesses reported that a man opened fire at the entrance of Ned Peppers Bar in the downtown Oregon Historic District of Dayton.[7]




nbcnews : The shooting took place at about 1 a.m. ET outside Ned Peppers Bar, in the heart of Dayton's historic Oregon District.




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