Multiple Shootings in 1999
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Other multiple shootings in 1999:
- Aug. 10: Five People wounded at North Valley Jewish Community Center in Los Angeles, followed by fatal shooting of a Filipino-American postal worker. White supremacist Buford Furrow Jr., 37, charged with murder and attempted murder.
- Aug. 5: Alan Miller, 34, charged with killing two co-workers at their office in Pelham, Ala., then killing third person at a company where he used to work.
- July 29: Frustrated investor Mark Barton, 44, kills nine people and wounds 13 at two brokerage firms in Atlanta, then kills himself. Prior to the attacks, Barton killed his wife and two children.
- July 12: Six members of an Atlanta family, including four children, shot to death by Cyrano Marks, live-in boyfriend of the children’s mother, Marks then kills himself.
- June 11: Joseph Brooks Jr., 27, kills his former psychiatrist and a woman at the doctor’s Southfield, Mich., clinic. Four others are wounded before Brooks kills himself.
- June 3: Four employees of Las Vegas grocery store are shot to death. Zane Floyd, 23, an ex-Marine and part-time nightclub bouncer, is arrested leaving the store.
- May 20: Six students at Heritage High School in Conyers, Ga., are wounded. A 15-year-old sophomore, T.J. Solomon, is accused of firing 14 shots from .22-caliber rifle and .357-caliber Magnum handgun.
- April 20: Dylan Klebold, 17, and Eric Harris, 18, kill 13 people and then themselves at Columbine High in Littleton, Colo.
- April 15: Sergei Babarin, 71, opens fire in Mormon Family History Library in Salt Lake City, killing two people and wounding four others before police kill him.
- March 18: Walter Shell, 71, kills his attorney and one of the lawyer’s clients in Johnson City, Tenn. Shell blamed lawyer for $100,000 loss in dispute over his ex-wife’s will.
- Jan. 14: Di-Kieu Duy, 24, allegedly opens fire in Salt Lake City office building, killing one person and wounding another.
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