About 3:30 a.m. Tuesday, an Ohio State custodial employee shot two of his supervisors, killing one of them, and then shot and killed himself, campus police said.
The shooter, 51-year-old Nathaniel Brown, entered an office suite at the OSU Maintenance Building on Tuttle Park Place during his work shift and opened fire, said OSU Chief of Police Paul Denton at a press briefing. Brown was wearing a hoodie, dark clothes and was carrying a backpack. He had two guns with him.
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