Terroristic Security Incidents by Category |Timeline
Persons engaging in acts of apparent warfare or sabotage against friendly nations, sometimes on behalf of enemies of the US or its allies, usually as lone wolfs with no connection to any known terrorist groups or any apparent political motive, and no personal gain or known motive.
September 24, 2014 September 24, 2014 1 killed 1 injured workplace violence Moore OK food warehouse shooting and stabbing An "angry employee" at a food distribution center in suburban Oklahoma City stabbed two women, killing one of them, Thursday before an off-duty law enforcement officer shot the suspect,.. suspect attacked the first two people he encountered at Vaughan Foods in Moore.. The motive for the attack was unclear, he just appeared to be angry and acting out. The suspect stabbed one a woman fatally and shot and wounded another man. He did not know the victims
1 killed 3 injured, suspect arrested June 5, 2014 2014 Seattle Pacific University Shooting Police responded to a shooting on Seattle Pacific University in which at least four people were shot. At least two people suffered from life threatening injuries, and one died in the hospital. The gunman walked into SPU’s Otto Miller Hall armed with a shotgun and a handgun and shot three people in the foyer with the shotgun. As the gunman was reloading, a student building monitor tackled the gunman and other students then jumped him, and restrained him until police arrived.
May 23, 2014 Elliot Rodger UC Santa Barbara Shooting "Virgin Killer" 9:30 pm Friday night near UC Santa Barbara 7 people dead including killer, 7 hospitalized when Elliot Rodgers shot at crowds from his BMW trading shots with police for 10 minutes. He was found with 4 handguns with 400 rounds of ammunition. He first stabbed 3 men his Chinese roommates and a visitor at a house before his cross-town drive-by killing spree targeting a sorority, deli, gunfights with deputies and church service often driving on the wrong side of the road, running down four people on foot and bicycle with his car. His of half-Chinese as a his mother is Malaysian Chinese Li Chin. His father is Peter Rodger who was an assistant director for The Hunger Games movie, and his stepmother is from the Arab/Muslim nation of Morocco.
2000 students locked down April 16, 2014 Shae Quam Najee Watson Arrested for Liberty High School Burner Phone Threat In Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, there is a lockdown at Liberty High School after a called in bomb threat. He is charge three counts of threats and two on false alarms. On May 7, 2014 Shae Quam Najee Watson is arrested for buying burner phone to call in threats to Liberty High School in Pennsylvania. Officials were unsure of his motive, but another man used a disguise when he bought the "burner" untraceable cellphone an hour before the call was placed at a Walmart. Watson had been arrested in April 2013 charged with drunken driving without a licence, and sentenced to a program for first-time offenders and community service. Reports of shots fired and a gunman were called called in. Over 2,000 people were affected, not counting police and parents who responded
July 14, 2013Pullman WSU Dorm Fire In Pullman Washington, Bryan Lee Kitchen, 31 arrested July 22 in connection with a massive July 14th fire at Washington State University which in which explosions from propane tanks destroyed four buildings at the nearly finished Grove $13M dormitory complex and clubhouse and several vehicles. When the fire flared up at 3 a.m., residents nearby had to evacuate. Kitchen was a a sub-contractor had only been licenced 2 weeks before as a trainee.
April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings During the Boston Marathon, two pressure cooker bombs exploded at 2:49 pm EDT killing 3 people and injuring an estimated 264 others by two Chechen Americans. An MIT college campus police officer was shot and killed. They were not connected to any terrorist organization but were clearly inspired by militant Islamism as well as conspiracy theories found in far-right white nationalist publications. Conspiracy theories on Islamist and far-right media claimed the attacks were "false-flag" or hoax events staged by crisis actors.
The Virginia Tech massacre was a school shooting that took place on April 16, 2007, on the campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in .