Brian Isaack Clyde Was Shot In Dallas Shooting – A 22-year-old man suspected of shooting up a federal building in Dallas Monday, was shot dead by federal officers.
Brian Isaack Clyde Was Shot In Dallas Shooting:
Officers say a masked gunman who tried to shoot the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse in downtown Dallas on Monday was shot and killed by federal officers. The FBI identified the dead gunman as Brian Isaack Clyde, 22, a former Army private who served for two years.
A masked man, Brian Isaack Clyde, 22, with a gun and military grade tactical gear fired on people at the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse in Dallas. No officers or other citizens were injured in the shooting on the south side of the building.
Who was Brian Isaack Clyde:
Brian Isaack Clyde was taken to a hospital where he was declared dead. Brian Isaack Clyde had more than five 40-round magazines on him. Authorities don’t believe he entered the courthouse.
Records show Brian Isaack Clyde attended Del Mar College in Corpus Christi. Records also show his last known address was in Corpus Christi.
Public records from a driving license show Brian Isaack Clyde stayed at an apartment in the 2000 block of Airline Road in Corpus Christi. It’s not known how long he lived at the apartments.
What FBI special agent in charge Matthew J. DeSarno said:
FBI special agent in charge Matthew J. DeSarno said, “The US Army confirmed that Pfc. Brian Clyde served as an infantryman from August 2015 to February 2017”. “We have more than 200 FBI agents and partners aggressively pursuing every lead in this investigation in order to identify his family members, associates and get to the bottom of what the motive was,” DeSarno said.
“We have more than 200 FBI agents and partners aggressively pursuing every lead in this investigation in order to identify his family members, associates and get to the bottom of what the motive was,” DeSarno said.
Dallas Federal Building:
Investigators are investigating to figure out why Clyde on Monday put on a mask and opened fire outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building, where almost 300 federal employees were working, said U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox during a news conference in Dallas.
Police also said a bomb squad was preparing to do a controlled explosion of the suspect’s vehicle, the vehicle has been deemed safe and is in their custody. DeSarno said there was no indication that there are other shooters or threats.
FBI announced by a tweet that The Earle Cabell Federal Building will be open on Tuesday for employees but closed for business.