OSU Shooting

March 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Ohio State UniversityOSU Shooting:According to reports early Tuesday a new employee of the Ohio State University custody shot two coworkers at a campus maintenance capacity. He did it because he had received a bad evaluation of the work. He shot two coworkers, killing one and fatally shot himself. Campus Police Chief Paul Denton said Nathaniel Brown, 51, came to work on dark clothes morning and had two pistols in a backpack. Nathaniel Brown was probational employee since October in the largest university in the nation. One report says that filming has been described as related work. He said that Mr. Brown took the action after receiving poor performance evaluation, but are not sure that was the real reason.
Fortunately, no student was injured. Building services manager Larry Wallington was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting at 3:30 am ET and the operations of the second victim-Time leader Henry Butler is out of danger. The incident occurred at the maintenance building. At the time of firing more than half a dozen employees were there. University assistant vice president of public safety, Vernon Baisden said:
“This is a tragic event and our hearts go out to all families.” Another report says that 1 presumed dead and 2 wounded in shooting OSU this morning and that the suspect is in police custody.

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