Man suspected of ramming 2 Capitol police officers graduated from college in Virginia
WASHINGTON - A man who was shot after ramming his vehicle into two Capitol police officers at a barricade – killing one of them – graduated from a college in Newport News, Va.
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The network says that a source has identified Noah Green, 25, of Indiana, as the suspect in the attack that killed William Evans – an 18-year veteran of the U.S. Capitol police force – and injured another, unidentified officer.
Christopher Newport University has confirmed that Green attended Christopher Newport University, where he studied finance and played football in 2017 and 2018.
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A football bio referring to Noah Green was still live on the site Friday night.
The bio indicated that his hometown was Covington, Va. and that he was born in West Virginia.
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Facebook has removed Green's profile, citing its "Dangerous Individuals and Organizations" policy. However, according to Fox News, it reviewed multiple posts before it was removed, saying it indicated he was interested in the Nation of Islam.
The network says the page included photos and videos of Nation of Islam rallies, and the bio identified Green as a "Follower of Farrakhan."