The shooter at Carson City’s IHOP has been identified as Eduardo Sencion, 32 of Carson City, Nevada. He was born in Mexico and had a valid U.S. passport. There is no known motive at this time (he had not served in the Military) although his family told authorities he has a history of mental problems. Using an AK-47 Sencion killed two uniformed members of the National Guard and two others. I will have ongoing updates on this story. Read the initial report here.
This report says Sencion went all the way to the back of the IHOP and “opened fire on a table of five uniformed National Guard members,” two died (a male and a female) and three are wounded. Another unidentified woman was shot and killed.
Sencion reportedly arrived in a minivan with a sticker “Support Our Troops” on the back. He got out of the van and immediately shot a women by or on a motorcycle. I believe she has been reported as wounded.
Two additional guns were found in Sencion’s vehicle. Read the entire story here.