The Winnebago County, Illinois, State’s Attorney J. Hanley identified the victims as Thomas Furseth, 65, Jerome Woodfork, 69, and Dennis Steinhoff, 73. Three other people — including two minors — were injured in Saturday’s shooting.
The gunman was identified as Duke Webb, 37, who has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted first-degree murder. He was denied bond Monday.
Webb admitted to the shooting Saturday and led officers to the locations of the firearm he used in the incident, Hanley said.
Police believe the shooting was a random attack, said Rockford Police Chief Daniel O’Shea.
Webb, who is in the Army, will be evaluated for PTSD, according to his attorney Elizabeth Bucko.
Victims were shot on the first and second floor
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