Alleged Molson Coors gunman accused of punching woman, gun crime in ’90s
MILWAUKEE — The man police say killed five of his co-workers at the Molson Coors brewery in Milwaukee before killing himself was accused of punching a woman and pointing a gun at another vehicle in the 1990s.
Court documents show Anthony Ferrill was charged in 1991 with disorderly conduct in Milwaukee County after witnesses said he pointed a gun at their Ford Bronco while they were stopped at a light.
The case was ultimately dismissed. Ferrill was 22 at the time.
He was charged with battery in 1995 after a woman accused him of punching her in the mouth. That case was also dismissed.
Molson Coors has created a GoFundMe campaign for the families of Wednesday’s mass shooting victims.
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