Adam Salim Alsahli Wiki – NAS, Corpus Christi Shooter Adam Salim Alsahli Bio
Adam Salim Alsahli is identified as the suspect shooter of NAS, Corpus Christi shooting. Adam Salim was shot dead by cops. According to the NBC News reports that the suspect’s name is Adam Salim Alsahli.
USNI News reported that a Navy security team “killed an ‘Arab male’ who stormed a gate at the base.”
Geoff Ziezulewicz of the Military Times reported that a Navy police officer was shot, and was protected by a bulletproof vest.
Adam Salim Alsahli Age
He was 37 years old.
Adam Salim Alsahli NAS, Corpus Christi Shooting
FBI Supervisory Senior Resident Agent Leah Greeves said the incident was “terrorism-related” and the alleged shooter is dead.
FBI officials provided an update on this morning’s shooting at NAS-CC, saying that they have determined it to be a terror related shooting and that a second suspect may still be at large in the community. pic.twitter.com/eeae6l9jJM
— KIII 3 News (@kiii3news) May 21, 2020
Greeves added that authorities believe a second potential suspect remains at large.
“We may have a potential second related person of interest at large in the community,” she said.
FBI Senior Supervisory Special Agent Leah Greeves said in a press conference on May 21, 2020, “we are working diligently with our state, local and federal partners on this investigation, which is fluid and evolving.”
Greeves did not provide additional details about what led authorities to think the shooting was terrorism-related.
The New York Times reported that the Corpus Christi station had a similar lockdown in December 2019 when an armed employee made “verbal threats” just a week after shootings at Navy facilities in Pensacola, Florida, and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
In October 2019, a man in possession of a stolen firearm rammed his truck into a barricade at the Corpus Christi base. According to NBC News, the man was taken into custody following a police chase in which a stolen white Dodge Ram crashed through the base’s north gate. The stolen vehicle contained a gun and ammunition. The driver fled on foot after crashing and was apprehended by officials.
In February 2019, a 37-year-old man was shot and killed near the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station’s south gate by military police after driving a stolen car through an unsecured area near the security gate.