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Suspected Shooter Worked at VA for 27 Years
DAYTON -- The Dayton VA Medical Center is back open Monday night after a shooting in the basement of the main hospital.
Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl says the shooting suspect, Neil Moore, is a retired employee at the VA. He reportedly worked in its housekeeping department.
Moore was employed as a housekeeping aide from August 1986 until his retirement in October of 2013.
Biehl say one person was injured about 12:10 p.m. Monday. Paul Burnside, 61, sustained a gunshot wound to an ankle. His injury is not considered life-threatening.
Burnside struggled with Moore over the revolver he was carrying, Biehl said.
Moore was taken into custody at Good Samaritan Hospital, where he was seeking a psychological evaluation.
Biehl says at least three people witnessed the incident, but he did not provide details about exactly what they saw.
"I went into the bathroom, but the bathroom door didn't have a lock, so we went into the stall and locked the door," said one employee on the premises.
According to VA Medical Center Director Glenn Costie, the shooting happened in a break room in the basement of the VA hospital.
Patients already in the hospital continued to receive care throughout Monday's lockdown.
We talked with witnesses who were on lockdown.
"All the patients were in the lobby and they made us get all of them inside and lock the actual doors," said Lorie Walker.
Biehl says the response to the shooting included several area agencies, including Dayton police, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Five River MetroParks rangers, FBI agents and VA police.
Trotwood police also aided in tracking down the home of Moore in Trotwood.
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