Authorities tell FOX3 the woman killed in a Friday morning shooting at Integrated Health was 32-year-old Michelle Aumiller. The suspected shooter, 36-year-old Robert Aumiller, later died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
According to Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Diederich, a 32-year-old woman was killed in a shooting that took place early on Friday morning. The suspect in the shooting later took his own life by shooting himself in the head.
The incident, which the police described as having “domestic in nature,” took place at Integrated Health.
FOX3 was informed by the authorities that the 911 call was received at 8:56 in the morning, and that they arrived on the scene approximately three minutes later.
The victim, identified as Michelle Aumiller, was transported to Carbondale Memorial Hospital, where she later succumbed to her injuries.
After receiving reports of a “active shooter” situation, several local schools went into lockdown as a safety measure. Several different agencies responded to the incident and reported the situation.
The vehicle belonging to the suspect, who is 36 years old, was reportedly discovered by the authorities after a brief search.
The death of the suspect, identified as Robert Aumiller, was confirmed by the sheriff to FOX3.
The following statement was issued on Friday morning by John A. Logan College, which issued a lockdown due to the shooting that occurred nearby and issued the following statement:
This morning when we received word that there was an active shooter situation near the campus, we immediately placed the campus on lockdown. While there appears to have been no immediate threat to the campus, the precautionary step was taken to ensure the safety of our faculty, staff, and students. I want to thank Chief Allan Wilmore and the entire Campus Police Department for their swift action. We were receiving real-time information, and every effort was made to keep you informed as information became available. The situation has been resolved, and the campus has reopened for normal operations, and I want to thank you for your cooperation. This was a tragic situation, and while it did not occur on our campus, we will always err on the side of caution and place the safety of our campus community first.