List of FedEx shootings in Indianapolis have been identified by Indianapolis police
INDIANAPOLIS (Monitoring Desk) On Friday night, police released the names of list of FedEx shootings of eight people killed in the country’s latest mass shooting at a FedEx warehouse, where the shooter used to work. The victims of FedEx shootings ranged in age from 19 to 74 years old.
Just after 11 p.m. Thursday, officers arrived to the FedEx Ground facility on the city’s southwest side for a complaint of shots fired at a company. After a shooter shot at randomly in and around the building, police found “a very complicated and active crime scene,” Indianapolis Deputy Police Chief Craig McCartt said at a press conference.
Later Friday, McCartt named the attacker as Indiana’s Brandon Hole, 19, and said FedEx officials confirmed Hole was a former employee who worked at the facility from 2020 to 2021. According to McCartt, the reason for the shooting is still unknown.
According to McCartt, four people died outside and four people died inside, including the gunman, who police believe committed suicide. Several other people have been injured.
List of FedEx shootings
A total of eight people have died, with a number of others injured.
Indianapolis police published the names of the victims of the shooting on Friday.
- Amarjeet Johal, age 66 years old
- Jaswinder Kaur, age 64 years old
- Amarjit Sekhon, age 48 years old
- Jaswinder Singh, age 68 years old
- Karli Smith, age 19 years old
- Samaria Blackwell age 19 years old
- Matthew R. Alexander, age 32 years old
- John Weisert age 74 years old
According to the Sikh Coalition, at least 4 of those killed in the shooting were participants of Indianapolis’ Sikh group. Sikhism is a non-proselytizing type of religion that all religions that worship God are basically the same God.
According to the Sikh Coalition, there are about 500,000 Sikhs in the United States and over 25 million worldwide.