More details have emerged about Kalamazoo mass shooting suspect Jason Dalton—but none explain what could have driven him to kill six people in a Saturday night rampage, apparently picking up fares as an Uber driver between murders. Neighbors in rural Michigan tell the Detroit Free Press that the 45-year-old is an insurance adjuster and "nice guy" who lives with his wife and two children, ages 15 and 10. Neighbors say he loved cars and worked part-time as a mechanic. They say he bought a gun after his tools were stolen. "We knew he had a gun. I think he had it just for protection. He wasn't a hunter or anything like that, but I know he liked guns," a neighbor says. Other developments:
- Police say the death toll was thought to be seven until a 14-year-old girl who had been pronounced dead squeezed her mother's hand, MLive.com reports. The girl, who had been placed on life support for organ donation, is still in extremely critical condition, but authorities are hopeful. "The only word to describe it is wow," a Michigan State Police spokesman says. "It's absolutely a miracle that she's alive and we're definitely hopeful for her continued improvement."