Workplace shooting leaves one dead
PLEASANT GROVE, Utah (AP) --A man suspended from his job came back with a gun and killed a co-worker Monday, then shot himself in an office restroom, police said.
The gunman, 49-year-old Louis Darrell Kinyon, underwent surgery but was expected to survive.
Investigators believe Kinyon shot his supervisor at the Provo River Water Users Association, which represents residents and businesses that hold rights to water drawn from a section of the Provo River.
Kinyon was suspended from work last week and was scheduled to meet with supervisors Monday to discuss his future with the company, said Cody Cullimore, a captain for the police department in Pleasant Grove, about 25 miles southeast of Salt Lake City.
It was not clear why Kinyon was suspended.