Six Women Profiled on FBI's 'Active Shooter' Report For the Years 2000-2013
By Martin Hill
January 30, 2015


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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has released an interesting and exhaustive "Active Shooter' report covering the years 2000-2013.

The FBI ACTIVE SHOOTER report begins "Shooter Outcomes - In all, 64 (40.0%) of the shooters ultimately committed suicide. Most shooters were males acting alone. Only 2 (1.3%) of the 160 incidents had more than 1 shooter and only 6 (3.8%) involved a female shooter. Of note, 2 of the 12 shootings at institutions of higher education (IHEs) were perpetrated by females. At least 5 shooters were at large at the time of the publication of this study."

Today we will feature some highlights from the FBI report including profiles of the six females; as well as some profiles of cases where the shooter is still "at large" and a few others items of interest; including a case where an armed citizen took down the shooter. often covers interesting historical documents, obscure reports, and legal briefs from local, state, and federal governments and other sources, which aren't covered in the manstream or alternative media. Here is a brief sampling, before we get to the FBI report:

Here are profiles on the six female shooters from the FBI' ACTIVE SHOOTER report. Note that most of them involved a workplace incident.

Laidlaw Transit Services Maintenance Yard
On April 23, 2001 at 6:00 a.m., Cathline Repunte (female), 36, armed with a handgun, began shooting in the Laidlaw Transit Services maintenance yard in San Jose, California. One person was killed; three were wounded. The shooter was restrained by a co-worker until police arrived and took her into custody.

Santa Barbara U.S. Postal Processing and Distribution Center
On January 30, 2006, at 7:15 p.m., former postal worker Jennifer San Marco (female), 44, armed with a handgun, began shooting at her previous place of employment, the Santa Barbara U.S. Postal Processing and Distribution Center in Goleta, California. Six people were killed; no one was wounded. The shooter committed suicide before police arrived.

Louisiana Technical College
On February 8, 2008, at 8:35 a.m., Latina Williams (female), 23, armed with a handgun, began shooting in a second-floor classroom at Louisiana Technical College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She fired six rounds, then reloaded and committed suicide before police arrived. Two people were killed; no one was wounded.

Shelby Center, University of Alabama
On February 12, 2010, at 4:00 p.m., Amy Bishop Anderson (female), 44, armed with a handgun, began shooting during a biology department meeting in the Shelby Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Alabama. She sat in the meeting for 30 minutes, then stood up and began firing. Three people were killed; three were wounded. The shooter surrendered to responding police. Deer Creek Middle

Publix Super Market
On March 30, 2010, at 12:00 p.m., Arunya Rouch (female), 41, armed with a handgun, began shooting in the parking lot of a Publix Supermarket in Tarpon Springs, Florida, killing one person. She had just been fired from the store for threatening a co-worker. She continued shooting on her way into the store, passing customers on the way to her former supervisor’s office. Responding police officers intercepted her before she reached the office. After an exchange of gunfire, she was wounded. One person was killed; no one was wounded.

Kraft Foods Factory
On September 9, 2010, at 8:35 p.m., Yvonne Hiller (female), 43, armed with a handgun, began shooting at her co-workers in the Kraft Foods Factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She had just been suspended from her job and escorted from the building, but then returned. Two people were killed; one was wounded. The shooter and police exchanged gunfire, and she was apprehended a short time later.

Shooter killed by an armed citizen:

Player's Bar and Grill
On May 25, 2008, at 2:25 a.m., Ernesto Villagomez, 30, armed with a handgun, began firing inside Player's Bar and Grill in Winnemucca, Nevada. Two people were killed; two were wounded. The shooter was killed by a citizen with a valid firearm permit before police arrived.

Shooter Still At Large:

Burger King and Huddle House
On November 22, 2005, at 6:10 a.m., an unidentified male armed with a rifle, began shooting in a Burger King in North Augusta, South Carolina, and then ran to a nearby Huddle House restaurant, where he continued shooting before fleeing. One person was killed; two were wounded. The suspect was still at large as of September 2014.

Club LT Tranz
On July 25, 2009, at 4:40 a.m., an unidentified shooter began shooting at employees of Club LT Tranz in Houston, Texas. One person was killed; two were wounded. The suspect was still at large as of September 2014.

Washington, D.C. Department of Public Works
On October 13, 2010, at 6:14 a.m., an unidentified shooter, armed with a handgun, entered a Department of Public Works fleet management center in Washington, D.C., and began shooting. One person was killed; one was wounded. The shooter escaped before police arrived. The suspect was still at large as of September 2014.

House Party in South Jamaica, New York
On August 27, 2011, at 12:40 a.m., Tyrone Miller, 22, and an additional unidentified shooter(s), armed with handguns, allegedly began shooting at a house party in the Queens, New York, neighborhood of South Jamaica. Miller had left the party earlier that night after getting into an argument. He returned 10 minutes later and opened fire. No one was killed; 11 were wounded. The shooter(s) escaped, and Miller was arrested two years later in North Carolina. The unidentified suspect(s) was still at large as of September 2014.

Shooter shot a protestor:
Multiple Locations in Owosso, Michigan
On September 11, 2009, at 7:20 a.m., Harlan James Drake, 33, armed with three handguns, shot at people at two locations in Owosso, Michigan. He shot a protestor on the street and then drove to a gravel quarry, where he killed another person. Two people were killed; no one was wounded. The shooter surrendered to police a few hours later and was taken into custody.

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