How did longtime company driver Jimmy Chanh Lam get inside the windowless building with two guns and a box of ammunition?
On the morning of the shooting June 14, Lam apparently strolled right through a metal detector at an employee entrance and set off the buzzer and red lights — but nonetheless was allowed in.
Once inside, Lam opened fire with a stolen semiautomatic assault pistol, killing two co-workers and wounding two others, before walking outside and fatally shooting a third driver. Then he went back inside and shot himself to death when he was confronted by police.
The clueless SFPD declined to comment on how Lam gained entry to the building and referred questions about security there to UPS.
Company spokeswoman Kim Krebs said, “It is too early to speculate on what may have occurred, (and) there is no additional information to share.”
They’re scrambling for a cover story.
Source: San Francisco Chronicle