Accused Illinois bowling alley shooter denied bail

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ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Accused Don Carter Lanes gunman 37-year-old Duke Webb made his first appearance in court Monday afternoon. Webb was denied bail by Judge Schaefer based on probably cause.

Webb’s attorney claims that the defendant is diagnosed with PTSD and was set to have an appointment in the coming weeks for a traumatic brain injury.

Webb is also said to suffer from confusion, anxiety and suicidal thoughts.

Duke Webb via US Army Public Affairs

Court documents obtained by WTVO lay out Saturday night’s shooting at Don Carter Lanes in Rockford.

Police say Webb admitted to the shooting and was arrested at the scene.

He told officers were the guns were at, according to the statement, and two guns were recovered.

Webb is charged with three counts of First Degree Murder and three counts of Attempted First Degree Murder.

His next arraignment is scheduled for February 16th at 9:00 a.m. with Judge McGraw.

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