Former Marine Suspected In Florida Shooting Deaths Of Mother Baby And

A judge ruled that Bryan Riley, the 33-year-old former Marine sharpshooter Florida police say shot and killed a mother, her three-month-old baby, and two others in Florida over the weekend, will be held in custody without bail. Authorities say Riley served four years in the Marines and did tours of Iraq and Afghanistan before being honorably discharged, and spent another three years in the reserves. He works as a bodyguard for ESS Global Corporation, a Florida-based security consulting firm that offers bodyguard training. Judd said Riley’s girlfriend told police he had post traumatic stress disorder and depression but had never been violent during their four-year relationship, though he had behaved erratically in the weeks leading up to the attack. “Just because you have mental health problems doesn’t mean you’re not criminally liable,” Judd said Sunday. “There are millions that struggle with mental health that don’t do this.” Riley has a concealed weapons license, Judd said. Police say Riley first went to the Lakeland neighborhood Saturday evening, where he told residents he had been called by God to prevent a woman named Amber from taking her own life. Neighbors told him no one named Amber lived in the area, Judd said, but Judd said Riley refused to leave until residents called law enforcement. Police said Riley returned roughly nine hours later, where he opened fire. In custody, Judd said Riley told officers he had taken methamphetamine. Police are still investigating the crime scene, Judd said. Judge denies bond for Marine accused of killing Lakeland family, including baby (WFLA)

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