Good Samaritan 'Shot And Killed' Mass Shooter at Greenwood Park Mall

Chris Menahan
Jul. 17, 2022

A mass shooter at Greenwood Park Mall in Indianapolis who killed at least three people and injured two others on Sunday was reportedly thwarted by a Good Samaritan who shot and killed him on the spot.

"Greenwood Police confirms the good Samaritan that stopped the shooter was a 22-year-old man from Bartholomew County, lawfully carrying a handgun," WISH-TV reported Sunday night.

Greenwood Police Department Chief Jim Ison also reported the shooter was killed by a Good Samaritan.

"It appears that he had a rifle with several magazines of ammunition, entered the food court and began shooting," Ison said. An armed Good Samaritan "observed the shooting in progress and shot the shooter," he continued.

"The shooting happened in the Greenwood Park Mall's food court around the mall's 6 p.m. closing time; the first emergency calls were received at 6:05 p.m," USA Today reported. "The mall, located about 10 miles south of Indianapolis, has more than 130 indoor and outdoor restaurants and shops."

Mayor Mark Myers said the killer "was shot by an armed individual" and "there is no further threat."

If only the cops in Uvalde had the balls of this Good Samaritan!

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