Suspect in Texas Church Shooting Served at Holloman AFB

The Air Force has confirmed that the suspected shooter in Sutherland Springs, Texas, served at Holloman Air Force Base from 2010 until his bad conduct discharge. Twenty-six-year-old Devin P. Kelley served in Logistics Readiness at Holloman from 2010 until his discharge following a 2014 court martial, CBS News reports. In the court martial, Kelley was convicted, received a bad conduct discharge, and sentenced to 12 months in custody for assault on his spouse and child, a military spokesperson confirmed. Kelley’s mass shooting in a Sutherland Springs church on Sunday killed at least 26 people, including several children. Police have not yet identified a motive for the shooting. Kelley was found dead in his vehicle shortly after the shooting from what police are calling a self-inflicted gunshot.