The obituary for Connor Betts, which was removed from the funeral home's website Wednesday, said he loved music and had been working as a grill cook and studying at Sinclair Community College.
Betts opened fire with an assault-style rifle in the OR entertainment district in Dayton, Ohio, early August 4. Text messages show Connor Betts knew where his 22-year-old sister Megan was when he began shooting, but what's not known is whether he could see her standing under an umbrella at a taco stand, Biehl said. "He also reportedly put together a rape list in high school, naming female classmates who he wanted to slit their throats and to tie them up".
Their parents will be hold private memorial services, according to obituaries posted by a funeral home in their hometown of Bellbrook.
Mourners console each other after a mass in the chapel on the campus of Saint Francis University to celebrate the life of Nicholas Cumer last week in Loretto, Pa. Cumer was a graduate student and was among those killed in the Dayton shooting.
Ethan Kollie, a longtime friend of Betts who told investigators he bought the body armour, a 100-round magazine and a key part of the gun Betts used in the attack was in court on Thursday after a judge baulked at releasing him from jail.
A USA magistrate judge Thursday ordered that Ethan Kollie be held without bond.
Authorities say there's no indication Ethan Kollie knew Connor Betts was planning the August 4 mass shooting.
Prosecutors charged Kollie with lying about not using marijuana on federal firearms forms in the purchase of a pistol that federal agents found in his apartment. That shooting came just hours after another deadly gun rampage, this time in El Paso, Texas.
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A USA magistrate judge on Wednesday continued a detention hearing for Kollie until Thursday after all sides could not agree on conditions for his release.
Kollie's attorney wants him released on house arrest.
A Montgomery County coroner also announced his preliminary findings into the Dayton mass shooting on Thursday.
Biehl said the shooter made two efforts to get back on his feet after being downed by police officers, and that "lethal force" was warranted as long as Betts was still armed.
The shooter, who was wearing a bullet-proof vest, was probably shot at least 24 times as police tried to stop him, Harshbarger said.
In what Biehl described as a "dynamic and chaotic" situation, the police were focused on preventing more deaths, he said.
Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said he believed none of the 17 wounded were shot by police, and that all of the wounded have survived their injuries.
The coroner said cocaine, antidepressants and alcohol were found in Betts's system at the time of the shooting.