Denver: Anderson Lee Aldrick, arrested for shooting and killing five people at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, US, threatened to attack his mother with a raw bomb a year and a half ago prompting the evacuation neighboring houses. The authorities gave this information on Sunday. He said police and bomb squad who reached the place later convinced Aldrich to surrender. However, despite this incident, there is no record of any legal action being taken against him for hostage taking or threats to the family.
There is also no record that police filed a complaint against Aldrick under Colorado’s gun law, which could have led to the seizure of the weapons and explosives he claimed to have. . Aldrich was arrested in connection with the shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, United States. Five people were killed in this attack, while 25 others were injured.
Officials said amid the attack, some people at the nightclub showed bravery and overpowered the shooter and arrested him after police arrived on the scene minutes later. Police Chief Adrian Vasquez said the “Club Q” shooting incident happened on Saturday night and two weapons, including a rifle, were recovered from the scene.
Shot in an American nightclub, 5 dead, 18 injured, the police are investigating
The ‘Q Club’ on its Facebook page called the attack a “hate crime”. However, county district attorney Michael Allen said investigators are still trying to determine the motive for the attack and whether it should be prosecuted as a hate crime.
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