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IHOP Shooter Once Planned on Joining Military

Eduardo Sencion, the gunman who killed three Nevada National Guard members at a Carson City IHOP, once considered becoming a servicemember himself. Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong told the Associated Press:

The AP has also discovered the 32-year-old Sencion spent much of his life on medication to help control mental illness, and was hospitalized at least once for those mental issues.

As Home Post reported earlier this week, Sencion's shooting rampage at a Carson City IHOP killed four people and injured seven others. The three Nevada National Guard members who were killed, according to the AP, were:


The Nevada National Guard has set up a fund to help the families of the Guard members who died in the IHOP rampage. You can click here for more information.