Dayton shooter knew sister's location about seven minutes before killing her in massacre
Wednesday, 14 August 2019 A new timeline of the Dayton, Ohio, massacre provides chilling details about the shooter's movements. New surveillance video shows the moments before the gunman killed nine people in 32 seconds – and text messages reveal that Connor Betts knew his sister's location seven minutes before killing her in the massacre. Investigators aren't yet clear about whether he targeted his sister. Dean Reynolds reports.
American families exchange an average of 10,384 messages a year, according to new research.Within these 10,384 messages a year, parents will text their child: "Where are you?" an average of 989 times,..