Gun Range Owner Speaks About Shooting Suspect's Bizarre Answering Machine Message
Gun range owner Glenn Rotkovich said he had a strange feeling about shooting suspect James Holmes when he applied to join the range. Rotkovich told Jon Scott that it’s standard procedure to call applicants and set them up for an orientation. He said, “When I called him, the answering machine was very bizarre at best. It was a very deep sounding voice, dragging, noticeably not drunk but intended to be weird and bizarre.”
Rotkovich said he could pick out a few words from the answering machine but brushed it off as being “just one of those really bizarre messages that people sometimes put on.”
He said that he called three times but Holmes never called back, so the gun range decided
to flag him so that if he showed up at the range they would talk to him before he joined the range.
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