YOUNTVILLE, Calif. – The Latest on the triple murder at a California veterans home (all times are local):
A California agency says the former Army gunman who killed three mental health workers at a California veterans home, where he has ever been treated and lost its state licenses to make, but an armed guard for not meeting the costs.
The California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services said Monday that the 36-year-old Albert Wong received permits to carry a 9-millimeter gun and a guard on Oct. 21, 2008.
Agency spokesman Matt Woodcheke said Wong lost his licenses after not paying the annual fees.
The office of the license database Wong’s two licences expired on Oct. 31. It is unclear whether that is the date on which the office cancelled the licences for non-payment.
The authorities have so far been tight-lipped about the reason why a former Army shooter would have killed three women in a Northern California veterans home.
Albert Wong had enrolled in the veterans treatment program on The way Home, after a few years of wrestling, after his deployment in Afghanistan.
The 36-year-old was recently expelled from the Path to the House, but authorities have not said why.
The officials have not returned repeated messages from The Associated Press on Sunday, and they have not answered questions about the question or the concern about Wong were reported to the authorities.
The police said Wong went Friday for the veterans home in Yountville, about 50 km north of San Francisco, and slipped into a going away party for two employees.
Police say Wong eventually killed three women.
Wong was found dead after an hours-long stand-off.