Suspect charged in Illinois bowling alley shooting

Authorities have charged a 37-year-old active military member in connection with a deadly shooting at an Illinois bowling alley a day after Christmas.

Police on Sunday said a man identified as Duke Webb opened fire at Don Carter Lanes in Rockford, Illinois late on Saturday night, killing three people and injuring three more.

Webb, a Florida resident and an active member of the U.S. military, faces three murder charges and three attempted murder charges.

Authorities declined to comment on a motive but believe the incident was a "completely random act."

A shots fired call was placed to 911 shortly before 7 p.m. local time, and officers were able to apprehend the suspect several minutes after they arrived at the location, without firing their weapons.

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- Authorities have charged a 37-year-old active military member in connection with a deadly shooting at an Illinois bowling alley a day after Christmas. Police on Sunday said a man identified as Duke Webb opened fire at Don Carter lanes in Rockford, Illinois late on Saturday night, killing three people and injuring three more.

Webb, a Florida resident and an active member of the US military, faces three murder charges and three attempted murder charges. Authorities declined to comment on a motive but believe the incident was a "completely random act." A shots fired call was placed to 911 one shortly before 7:00 PM local time, and officers were able to apprehend the suspect several minutes after they arrived at the location without firing their weapons.