Ten people die in gunman's shooting spree
A gunman killed 10 people on a shooting spree through three rural Alabama communities Thursday.
The gunman, Michael Kenneth McLendon, went on an hour-long rampage firing more than 200 rounds from four different guns, the Associated Press reported.
Police do no know what triggered the attack, where he murdered his mother, grandmother, uncle and two cousins. He continued to kill five seemingly random victims throughout the 24 mile shooing spree before killing himself, according to the Associated Press.
"This event formed the single deadliest crime recorded in Alabama," Col. Chris Murphy, the director of the Alabama Department of Public Safety, told MSNBC.
The most significant evidence so far is a list of people that the gunman said "done him wrong," according to MSNBC.