Man who shot congressman was living in van, called a loner

Man who shot congressman was living in van, called a loner

He was banned from the program after he was apparently caught rummaging through someone's desk in search of a check, according to Mark Kern, the St. Clair County board chairman.

Sue Hodgkinson is the wife of James Hodgkinson.

"I mean it was loud and I knew it was a high-powered rifle", Schaumleffel said.

Over the last several weeks, Hodgkinson spent time at a YMCA near the site of the shooting, sitting with a computer in the lobby or at a table in an exercise area that overlooked the baseball field.

Hodgkinson, who had been quite vocal about his opposition against US President Donald Trump on many anti-Republican groups on Facebook, including "The Road to Hell Is Paved With Republicans", "Terminate The Republican Party", and "Donald Trump is not my President".

The fervent Bernie Sanders support also shared many articles and images in support of the defeated Democratic presidential hopeful.

She and a friend attempted to flee by auto, but Hodgkinson allegedly "opened the door, cut the ignition and used a pocketknife to cut the seatbelt", according to the News-Democrat. A government official says the suspect in the Virgini.

The couple's daughter had recently moved back into the house with her young child. James Hodgkinson, who was 66, died of gunshot wounds suffered in a shootout with police.

"Please take a moment today to cherish those you love and always remember those who serve and keep us safe", he said. Even knowing that, Sherriff Rick Watson said he never saw this coming. Hodgkinson was said to have been among 1,000 volunteers around Davenport, but Becker said, "Nobody has a recollection of this guy coming in". Zack Barth, a congressional aide, was shot in the calf, treated and released from a hospital.

Hodgkinson said she only learned of the shooting and her husband's involvement when a reporter called to ask her about the events. Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Tim Slater said the Federal Bureau of Investigation needs the public's help in piecing together Hodgkinson's whereabouts and activities while he was in Alexandria.

"Authorities are continuing to investigate the crime and the assailant has now died from his injuries", Trump said. He always drank Budweiser from a can and drank alone, barely speaking to anyone, including the bartenders.

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Sue added that she is exhausted of the media frenzy surrounding the shooting, specifically media members who have been camped outside her home. And he was just as politically active online as he was in person.

"I had no idea this was going to happen", she said during a brief address to the media Thursday afternoon, during which she was visibly upset. "I started yelling at him, 'Hey, stop shooting; there's houses over here".

Until recently, Hodgkinson ran a home-inspection business out of his house in southern IL.

According to his Facebook page, Hodgkinson was a fervent supporter of Sanders, the feisty independent who nearly defeated Hillary Clinton a year ago in a tough fight for the Democratic White House nomination.

In the past year, many of his posts consisted of signed petitions with titles such as: "Bernie - please run no matter what" and "Hillary Rodham Clinton should concede the nomination to Bernie Sanders;" CNN reported.

In 2006, Hodgkinson was arrested for battery and aggravated discharge of a firearm in connection with the assault of a woman.

The gunman also reportedly posted anti-Trump rhetoric on social media, sparking speculation about the shooter's possible political motivations.

Later that year, the charges were dismissed The Advocate reports.

Just three months ago, his neighbor Bill Schaumleffel heard a gun go off.

A picture of the shooter James Hodgkinson.

Reps. Ron DeSantis, R-Florida, and Jeff Duncan, R-South Carolina, told reporters Wednesday that the gunman approached them in their vehicle and asked whether "Republicans or Democrats" were on the field before the shooting. She said she thought he was going to return to IL because he'd run out of money.