MSU shooting victims Alexandria Verner(L), Brian Fraser
Authorities on Tuesday identified the three students killed in Monday night’s mass shooting at Michigan State University.
MSU shooter, 43-year-old Anthony McRae, killed three students and injured 5 more.
The mass shooting took place at Michigan State University at Berkey Hall and the student union starting around 8:18 p.m.
MSU shooter Anthony McRae
Shooter McRae was also a convicted felon from 2019, having been found with a loaded gun in his vehicle, which could have been a sentence of up to five years in state prison. McRae was allowed to plea down to a misdemeanor and serve only probation.
McRae killed himself after killing three yesterday at Michigan State University in East Lansing
Anthony McRae killed Arielle Anderson, a junior from Grosse Pointe, Michigan (not yet pictured), Brian Fraser (photo below) and
Three students were killed and five others were wounded in Monday night’s mass shooting at Michigan State University.
The Michigan State University Police Department has released the names of the young lives lost.
Arielle Anderson was a junior from Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
Brian Fraser was a sophomore, also from Grosse Pointe.
Fraser was president of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Michigan State.
“As the leader of his chapter, Brian was a great friend to his Phi Delt brothers, the Greek community at Michigan State, and those he interacted with on campus,” Phi Delta Theta said in a statement.
Alexandria Verner was a junior from Clawson, Michigan.
Verner, who graduated from Clawson High School in 2020, “was a tremendous student, athlete, leader,” Clawson Public Schools said in a statement.
She “exemplified kindness every day of her life,” the school district said. “If you knew her, you loved her and we will forever remember the lasting impact she has had on all of us.”
Verner is survived by her parents, sister and brother, according to the school district.
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