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August 4, 2019

Screen grab from Facebook, allegedly posted by Dayton shooter's mom in 2017.

DAILYKENN.com --Here are fast facts about Dayton shooting suspect Connor Bretts (allegedly):

1. 24-years-old
2. Lived in Bellbrook, Ohio
3. Employment history: service positions
4. Crew member at Chipotle Mexican Grill in Centerville, Ohio
5. Claimed to be a psychology student Sinclair Community College
6. Graduated from Bellbrook High School
7. Father works for a tech company
8. Ran track in high school

9. 9 shot dead at Dayton bar

10. 27 wounded
11. Site of the shooting was Ned Peppers bar
12. Motive is unknown
13. Shooting occurred in Dayton's Oregon district noted for
"art galleries, specialty shops, pubs, nightclubs, and coffee houses."
14. Three of the fatalities were white
15. Six of the fatalities were black
16. His 21-year-old sister, Megan, was a victim
17. Her boyfriend was also a fatality
18. Used a high-capacity magazine rifle
19. Lived with his parents
20. Parents are Moira and Steve Betts
21. Mom's Facebook page had a graphic reading, "Stop the alt right"
22. Dad "shared a video that criticized the rhetoric of President Donald Trump"
23. Did not have a violent criminal history
24. Was a registered Democrat
25. Radical Leftist Who Wanted Socialism, Demonized ICE, Spread List Of ICE Agents  

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