A 40-year-old Army reservist, Robert Card, is wanted for murder in connection with two mass shootings that took place in Lewiston, Maine. The shooting rampage occurred on Wednesday night, leaving at least 18 people dead and more than a dozen wounded. According to the Army, Card joined the Reserves in December 2002 and remains an active duty member. He holds the rank of [rank].
Law enforcement agencies have initiated a manhunt to apprehend Card, who is still at large. Authorities have labeled him as "armed and dangerous," emphasizing the urgency to capture him. The shootings have shocked the community and raised concerns about gun laws and their impact on public safety.
Card's background reveals that he is not only an Army reservist but also a firearms instructor. This information raises questions about the role of mental health evaluations for individuals in such positions. Reports indicate that Card has a history of mental health issues, further highlighting the need for stricter regulations and monitoring for those who possess firearms.