The lone gunman who shot up a bank in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, on Monday morning had moved into a two-bedroom, two-bathroom home with a friend, The Post can report.
Connor Sturgeon Identified The 25-year-old gunman, who was arrested by police as the bank where he was employed, went on a rampage at the Old National Bank, killing five people and injuring eight others.
Sturgeon was living at the time in a 1,000-square-foot home that his friend, Dallas Whalen, 24, had bought last April for $203,000.
Sturgeon and Whalen met at the University of Alabama where they were completing their undergraduate degrees.
Whalen currently works as an HR Sales Consultant in Louisville, according to his LinkedIn page.
The simple house, located on Taylor Avenue, could be considered perfect for two young boys starting their careers.
but deep inside nobody knew that sturgeon was mass shooting conspiracy,
His neighbor Michael McCoy, 45, told The Post that Whelan calls the police To report the receipt of a letter from him.
,[The roommate] He looked like he was stumbling, like he just couldn’t believe it,” McCoy said. “They found a letter and a note she had written and reported it to the police.”
“I spoke to him last night. He said, ‘Hey Mike.’ And I said ‘hey,'” McCoy explained, adding that he saw police remove computers and other items from Sturgeon’s home.
“This charming 2 bed, 2 bath home is ready for its new owners in a well established neighborhood! Close to parks, easy access to highway and shopping, restaurants and much more!” said the previous listing for the home.
The property was initially listed in March 2022 for $190,000, but Whalen got involved in a bidding war for the home and ended up scoring it for about $13,000 more.
Built in the 1920s, the backyard they shared is larger than the actual living space, which occupies more than 7,000 square feet.
Prior to the massacre, Sturgeon was contemplating suicide and was on the verge of being fired from his job.
A former high school classmate of the shooter revealed he strangely wore a helmet while playing basketball multiple trauma He got hurt while playing football.
Sturgeon attended Floyd Central High School in Floyds Knobs, Indiana, where his father was a basketball coach.
officials identified five victims died Competing as are Tommy Elliott, 63, Jim Tutt, 64, Joshua Barrick, 40, Julianna Farmer, 45, and Dianna Eckert, 57.
Two of the injured were police officers, one of whom — a 26-year-old rookie who had joined the force just 10 days ago — was shot in the head and was admitted to the hospital in critical condition.