AUTHORITIES have identified the shooter at a yoga studio in Tallahassee, and the two people he killed, as disturbing facts about his past have been revealed.
"It's a place that brings me joy and peace, and I think it's ruined", said Katie Bohnett, an instructor at the yoga studio who skipped her normal Friday practice to meet a friend for dinner.
The newspaper reported that one of the people who sought safety, who was bleeding from the head, told patrons that he tried to stop the shooter but the gunman pistol-whipped him before the shooter killed himself.
According to police, Beierle was a Florida State University graduate and had been the "subject of prior calls for service in the Tallahassee area related to harassment of young women".
Police are reportedly investigating possible motives, but declined to offer further details about the shooter, the Associated Press reported.
Police identified the dead as Nancy Van Vessem, 61, and Maura Binkley, 21.
Myra Hurt, a medical professor and senior associate dean at Florida State, called Van Vessem "a formidable woman".
He added, "To lose one of our students and one of our faculty members in this tragic and violent way is just devastating to the FSU family". "We feel this loss profoundly and we send our deepest sympathies to Maura's and Nancy's loved ones while we pray for the recovery of those who were injured".
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Dr Vessem served as the chief medical director for Capital Health Plan.
"This is certainly not the news expected in the final closing days of this race, but I want you to know that I am more agitated and activated more than I ever have been when it comes for the need for us to bring he power of the NRA to heel", Gillum said. "We all have been so blessed to have Nancy in our lives", the company said.
The report shows that her account was corroborated by video evidence, and Beierle was charged with "Battery Touch or Strike".
Some teachers wondered what they would say to their next class of students. And one woman, Courtnee Connon, who told the Tallahassee Democrat that Beierle grabbed her buttocks in her dining hall at FSU in 2012, said she spoke with police but ultimately decided not to pursue charges against Beierle. In a series of videos posted over a three-day period in August 2014, he ranted against women and minorities, the police and the Army - anyone and everyone who he believed had wronged him.
It remains unclear what connection Beierle, who was staying at a local hotel, had to the yoga studio and the victims, DeLeo said.
In addition to Van Vessem and Binkley, two other victims were wounded, police said.
Two of the wounded remained in the hospital on Saturday in stable condition, police said.
Mayor Andrew Gillum, the Democratic nominee for state governor, halted campaigning for Tuesday's (Nov 6) midterm elections to return to the city. "There was one victim in particular that pulled me in close and said, 'I'm expecting you to do something about this gun violence'".
Gillum has touted his opposition to the National Rifle Association during his campaign and favors increased gun control measures.
"We just heard 'pow, pow, pow, pow, '" Wesson said.