Louisville Bank Shooter ID’d as a Portfolio Banker, ‘Pronouns He/Him’
The suspect who opened fire in Louisville, Kentucky’s, Old National Bank has been identified as a 23-year-old portfolio banker who listed his pronouns on LinkedIn as “he/him.”
He was an Old National Bank employee.
Breitbart News reported that police were alerted to shots fired at the bank at 8:30 a.m. Monday. Officers arrived on the scene within three minutes of being dispatched and exchanged gunfire with the attacker.
JUST IN: Louisville mass shooter identified as Connor Sturgeon, who identified as a He/Him.
I’ve said it once I’ll say it again: It’s not the guns. It’s the pronoun extremists. pic.twitter.com/HflGaHgXCC
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) April 10, 2023
Four innocents were killed in the attack and another eight individuals were wounded. Two police officers were among the wounded.
The attacker was deceased after police engaged him. As of late Monday morning, the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department (LMPD) did not know whether Sturgeon died via a self-inflicted wound or by being shot by police.
WVUA23 observed that the 23-year-old attacker attended the University of Alabama from “fall 2016 to December 2020,” graduating with a Master of Science in finance.