Sailor who killed two and himself at Hawaii shipyard reportedly faced minor discipline
FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii — The sailor who shot and killed two men and then himself Wednesday at a Hawaii naval shipyard had been disgruntled with his commanders, according to a media report.
The shooter, identified Friday by the Navy as Gabriel Antonio Romero, 22, had been unhappy with commanders and was undergoing counseling, The Associated Press reported Friday, citing an unnamed military source.
He faced non-judicial punishment, a low-level form of administrative discipline for minor misconduct, the AP reported.
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