Relatives and coworkers of a small-town police officer charged in a Midwestern shooting spree that killed one man and wounded two others say they're baffled by the cop's bizarre behavior and arrest.In fact they go further than the usual overtures surprise and shock. Close relatives said it can't be him that there must be a mistake.
Brian Dorian, a 37-year-old police officer in Lynwood, Ill., was arrested Friday and charged with first-degree murder. Three days earlier, he allegedly drove his blue pickup truck up to his would-be victims in two rural towns on opposite sides of the Illinois-Indiana border, asking them odd questions about honey bees or construction materials -- before pulling a gun and opening fire.
Friends and neighbors described Dorian as a friendly man who loves baseball and bow hunting, and dotes on his niece.
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