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Suspect in congressional baseball practice shooting identified as James T. Hodgkinson

14 Juin 2017

The Washington Post identified the 66-year-old Belleville resident as the suspect who fired at a practice in Alexandria, Va., injuring five people.

Court records show that Hodgkinson had two traffic tickets dismissed in 2011.

The gunman who opened fire on congressional Republicans during a baseball practice in Virginia Wednesday is from IL, sources told NBC News.

Hodgkinson, 66, is from IL, according to authorities.

FBI, Capitol Police and law enforcement from Alexandria, Virginia have not confirmed the shooter's identity.

Shown an image of Hodkingson from his Facebook page, Duncan said photo matched the man he spoke to.

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Rep. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., who were both at the baseball field, described the weapon used by the shooter as a rifle.

Police said they had a suspect in custody.

Two of the other people shot were at George Washington University Hospital in critical condition, according to a statement from the hospital.

The Post also talked to an acquaintance of Hodgkinson. "It's time to destroy Trump & Co.", he reportedly posted on the social media website.

Charles Orear, a restaurant manager from St. Louis, told the Washington Post that he became friendly with Hodgkinson while working together in Iowa on Sanders' 2016 Democratic presidential campaign.

The Associated Press reported President Donald Trump said he was "deeply saddened by this tragedy." . Roger Williams (R-Texas) and at least three others were wounded in the incident, according to multiple reports.

Suspect in congressional baseball practice shooting identified as James T. Hodgkinson