Florida physician killed in Tallahassee yoga studio shooting

Florida physician killed in Tallahassee yoga studio shooting

A gunman killed two people and wounded five others at a yoga studio in Florida's capital before killing himself Friday evening, officials said.

She also said she normally holds compassion for people who perpetrate crimes, but right now she "hates" Scott Paul Beierle.

The man was killed two people at a Tallahassee yoga studio Friday was sacked from his job as a Volusia County substitute teacher earlier this year for inappropriately touching a girl.

No link has been made between 40-year-old Beierle and the victims: 21-year-old Maura Binkley and 60-year-old Nancy Van Vessem. Authorities have offered no motive in the attack.

Beierle again drew the attention of campus police more than two years later when a gym employee saw Beierle talking to himself before following a volleyball coach down the stairs at a gym, a police report says.

"I jumped up as quickly as I could", said Quick, who had visible facial injuries.

Beierle was pulled from the classroom and taken to an administrative office to write a statement - but tried to make a run for it and had to be brought back in for questioning.

It gave some in the studio time to flee. "The only thing that was there that I could think of [to use to hit him] was this vacuum with the heavy end", Joshua told ABC's Good Morning America on Sunday, Nov. 4.

"He saved my life", she said through tears, explaining how she thought she was going to die.

The owner of a Florida yoga studio where two women were fatally shot has posted an emotional Facebook message about the tragedy.

Dr. Nancy Van Vessem was chief medical director for Florida's Capital Health Plan.

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Binkley, who grew up in Atlanta, spent the summer studying at the University of Wuppertal in Germany, the University website said, and she found the experience "so rewarding".

In the videos, Beierle recounted instances in which he was rejected by women, The Times reported. The videos were posted four years ago, and have been removed from YouTube in the wake of the shooting.

Numerous disturbing details about him emerged over the weekend.

A Tallahassee police spokesman wouldn't confirm or deny the videos were Beierle's. However, the man speaking in the videos looks like him, and biographical details mentioned in the videos match known facts about Beierle.

Courtnee Connon was 18 in 2012 when, she said, Scott Paul Beierle grabbed her buttocks at a Florida State dining hall.

The victim initially did not want to press charges, the report says, but changed her mind the next day. Police arrived and identified the man as Beierle, according to a campus police report.

Her father, Jeff Binkley, said his daughter "just radiated love for everybody". "Since then, I've been feeling a little guilt. How was he not monitored somehow?" However, since the 2012 battery charges were dropped, Meggs said, it would have been routine for Beierle to receive a deferred prosecution deal.

Investigators said Beierle apparently had no prior connection to the yoga class and that he lived in Deltona, Florida, about 250 miles from Tallahassee.

In a June 1, 2016, case, Tallahassee police responded to the clubhouse of an apartment complex swimming pool where a woman, 19, told an officer that a tenant at the complex had touched her butt, according to a police report.

"As an instructor, when you start every class, you ask students to close their eyes to relax, because you're in such a safe space", said Amanda Morrison, a Tallahassee instructor.

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