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CSU student was celebrating 22nd birthday before shooting

CSU student was celebrating 22nd birthday before shooting

Police sent out a series of tweets around 3 a.m. telling people "Stay inside, keep doors locked" and that they were searching for a 20-year-old man with sandy blonde hair wearing a green hoodie, according to The Denver Post.

On Friday afternoon, friends, classmates and family shared their memories of Savannah McNealy.

Colorado State University officials say McNealy had been celebrating her birthday.

In a statement, F.E. Warren Air Force Base said Zamora was a staff sergeant assigned to the base near Cheyenne, Wyoming, about 60 miles (95 kilometers) north of Fort Collins.

A third victim was hospitalized and is expected to survive her wounds, said police spokeswoman Kate Kimble. The shooting happened at 2 AM.

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Writer and social media addict. Kemp's uncle said that the two also worked together in California as well. The Larimer County Coroner's office said that Zamora died of a gunshot to the head. Police are not identifying her to protect her privacy.

The killings of McNealy and Kemp bring Fort Collins' homicide total this year to five, not including three fatal shootings by law enforcement officers.

Just before 2 a.m., McNealy, Tristian Kemp and another woman took a rideshare to the residence at 720 City Park Ave., in the city's Campus West neighborhood. When he got out of the Air Force, he continued to serve as a civilian. She said he was in Colorado on vacation.

Investigators say that suspect Staff Sgt. Michael Zamora was out partying with the two people he murdered in Colorado hours before the attack. "You know Tristian, he's a true gentleman and he's a peacemaker".

At the end of the night, the group left without Zamora and went back to an apartment. Police confirmed Zamora owned the handgun and two rifles found at the scene. He is a native of Guam but grew up in Destin, Florida, according to his Facebook page.