Walmart Chesapeake shooting – latest: Teenager among six ‘targeted’ by suspect Andre Bing in Virginia rampage

Police spokesman gives update on Walmart shooting

A 16-year-old boy has been identified as one of the victims of a mass shooting at a Chesapeake Walmart.

Fernando Chavez Jr. and five others were fatally shot and at least four others were injured when gunman Andre Bing opened fire at a department store on Tuesday.

A chilling “manifesto” was found on the gunman’s cell phone in which he outlined his motive for the mass shooting in Virginia before Thanksgiving.

Witnesses have described how the horrific events unfolded in a staff lounge as investigators tried to establish a motive.

A law enforcement source told local media that Bing was “upset” about a recent change in employment status and complained that he was being “harassed” by other employees.

The former colleague also said he was paranoid about being watched by the government and didn’t like being recorded. One witness claims she saw him targeting certain people during the attack.

President Joe Biden said yesterday that the shooting, along with the weekend massacre at an LGBT+ club in Colorado Springs, underscored the need to ban “sick” assault weapons with no social value.


Why the hell can’t America end this deadly gun violence?

How are you supposed to feel when someone walks into an LGBT+ nightclub in Colorado Springs and opens fire, killing five and injuring 20 others?

Horror, of course, and admiration for the individuals who confronted the alleged shooter before he destroyed even more lives.

The same is true when you wake up to the news that six people are dead at a Walmart store in Chesapeake, Virginia, after an employee opened fire late at night, critically wounding half a dozen others, before turning the gun on himself.

But along with sympathy for the victims, there are two other emotions that flare up and won’t go away. And this is anger and indignation, he writes Andrew Buncombe.


Walmart shooter left ‘manifesto’ on his phone.

A source in the law enforcement agencies told about it 10 On your side that in the document, Bing, 31, described being “upset” about a recent job status change and complaining that he was being “harassed” by other employees.

Officials have not confirmed the existence of the manifesto and have yet to reveal a motive for Tuesday night’s massacre.

However, several of Bing’s co-workers at the store in Chesapeake, Virginia, have spoken out to reveal that he had had numerous “issues” with other employees and had displayed threatening behavior in the run-up to the shooting.

Rachel Sharpe is a story.

Josh MarcusNovember 25, 2022 at 12:20 p.m


Walmart gunman at Chesapeake store had ‘kill list’ of co-workers.

Walmart gunman Andre Bing reportedly had a “kill list” of his co-workers before Tuesday’s horrific attack at the store in Chesapeake, Virginia.

A printed list of employees’ names, their shift hours, departments and job duties was discovered in a trash can outside his home on Thursday, reports.

The list included some of those killed or injured in the attack who were penned, including 22-year-old Tyneka Johnson, who died Tuesday night.

The other four adults killed – Brian Pendleton, Randall Blevins, Lorenzo Gamble and Kelly Pyle – were not on the list.

The list was reportedly passed on to the authorities, who have not commented on the find.

It is not yet clear whether the document revealed his intended goals or was simply a to-do list.

Rachel SharpeNovember 25, 2022 at 12:00 p.m


Governor to introduce mental health legislation

Mr Youngkin said the bill would provide more resources, address staffing issues and recognize people experiencing a mental health crisis, according to KPVI.

“This is extremely important,” the governor said.

“We know we’ve been in a mental health crisis and we need to take some very immediate action.”

Rachel SharpeNovember 25, 2022, 11:40 am


Calls for workplace reform after Walmart shooting

Occupational safety and human resources experts say that workers too often don’t know how to recognize the warning signs, and even more so, they don’t know how to report suspicious behavior or feel empowered to do so.

“We’ve built an industry around shutting down the bad guys. We’ve invested heavily in physical security measures like metal detectors, cameras and armed guards,” said James Densley, a criminal justice professor at Metropolitan State University in DePaul, Minnesota, and co-founder of The Violence Project, a nonprofit and nonpartisan research group.

More details in our full story.

Josh MarcusNovember 25, 2022, at 11:20


The “manifest” on the attacker’s phone reveals a possible motive

A chilling “manifesto” has been found on the cellphone of Walmart gunman Andre Bing, in which he allegedly outlined his motives for the mass shooting that killed six co-workers and injured at least four others.

A source in the law enforcement agencies told about it 10 On your side that in the document, Bing, 31, described being “upset” about a recent job status change and complaining that he was being “harassed” by other employees.

Officials have not confirmed the existence of the manifesto and have yet to reveal a motive for Tuesday night’s massacre.

Alisha Rahaman SarkarNovember 25, 2022, 10:50 am


Were There Warning Signs in the Walmart Shooting?

The gunman, who has since been identified as Andre Bing, carried out the attack with a pistol before turning the gun on himself, police said.

A witness, who has not been named, told local network 10 On Your Side that the shooting unfolded as 14 employees were sitting in a meeting room preparing to go on shift.

Rachel Sharpe has more details.

Josh MarcusNovember 25, 2022, 10:20 am


Family and friends remember the 16-year-old victim

Fernando Chavez Jr., 16, was among six people fatally shot Tuesday night at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia.

More than a hundred friends and family of the teenager gathered at the Sam’s Circle Walmart yesterday to remember him at a wake.

“Fernando was such a sweet kid, he would say hi to anybody,” said Joshua Trejo, his friend since high school. Virginia Pilot.

Alisha Rahaman SarkarNovember 25, 2022 at 9:50 a.m


Andre Bing: What we know about the alleged gunman in the Chesapeake Walmart mass shooting

Andre Bing, 31, of Chesapeake, is accused of opening fire in the break room of the Sam’s Circle store around 10 p.m. Tuesday.

Six Walmart employees were killed in the attack, whose motive remains unclear, but surviving employees say he had “issues” with other employees.

Walmart confirmed the gunman’s name in a statement Independent on Wednesday morning. The police gave their official confirmation hours later.

Josh MarcusNovember 25, 2022 at 9:20 am


The gunman’s motive for the mass shooting remains unclear

Police in Chesapeake, Virginia, said they spent Thanksgiving investigating why Walmart supervisor Andre Bing fatally shot six of his co-workers before turning the gun on himself.

“We’re actively looking for a motive right now and we want to make sure we get it before we release it,” Chesapeake Police Department spokesman Leo Kosinski said.

Alisha Rahaman SarkarNovember 25, 2022 at 8:50 am


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