Green Beret suspect in bowling alley shooting remanded to jail

Army Sgt. 1st Class Duke Webb was arraigned on murder and attempted murder charges in connection with the shooting at the Don Carter Lanes in Rockford, Illinois.
0:47 | 12/29/20

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An army green beret is being held without bond at Saturday's deadly mass shooting at a Rockford Illinois bowling Alley. Investigators say sergeant duke Webb has admitted to killing three people and wounding three others. Two of the wounded are in critical condition. Officials say the two guns he used were not military issued Webb was on leave in Illinois visiting family. Police are still determining a motive and Ohio the city of Columbus has fired a police officer who killed an unarmed black man under hill died one week ago today. He was shot during a non emergency call while holding that cell phone. The public safety director said officer out of Kuwait did try to pick the escalate the situation. Before firing and then fell to provide he'll need we'll let others help him. Hill's family attorney called the firing first step. In the fight for justice.

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