Police: Gun Used In SIBA Shooting Was Stolen

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – St. Louis City police say the gun that was used to shoot a financial adviser at a small business and arts school was stolen.

According to officials, the Kel Tec 9 weapon was registered to a St. John, Missouri man with no criminal history.  The gun was stolen from the man’s home in November 2011 along with three other firearms.

SIBA student, Sean Johnson, 34, is charged with 1st degree felony assault, unlawful possession of a firearm, possessing a defaced firearm, and armed criminal action.

Police said he shot himself, after he shot school administrator, Greg Elsenrath. Both survived.

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