“Shortly before a gunman fatally shot three people and injured 14 others on Thursday, he had been served with a restraining order that aimed at barring him from contact with someone he had abused,” washingtonpost.com reports. “The gunman was served with a ‘protection from abuse’ order about 90 minutes before the first shot was fired, Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton said during a news conference Friday. Walton identified the gunman as Cedric Larry Ford, 38, of Newton, Kan. ‘He’s been in my jail a couple of times before,’ Walton said of Ford. The restraining order was served to Ford while he was at work at the factory where he would later open fire, Walton said.” Ford was stopped by a good guy with a gun (a cop). But not soon enough.
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