Inexperienced Beret accused in Rockford killings served 4 tours in Afghanistan

Duke Webb, a U.S. Army Special Forces assistant operations and intelligence sergeant, is charged with killing three people and wounding three others in a shooting Saturday, Dec. 26, 2020, at Don Carter Lanes in Rockford.

ROCKFORD — The male accused of capturing six people at random at a bowling alley on Saturday is a embellished U.S. Military sergeant who served four excursions of duty in Afghanistan.

The U.S. Army on Monday introduced more information and facts about Duke Webb’s support file. Webb, 37, is earning his first court docket appearance Monday on charges of to start with-degree murder and tried to start with-diploma murder.

Police say Webb opened hearth, seemingly at random, just before 7 p.m. Saturday at Don Carter Lanes on East State Street. 3 folks had been killed and three other individuals have been wounded.

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Webb, who joined the Army in July 2008, is a Distinctive Forces assistant operations and intelligence sergeant. He was previously a Specific Forces engineer sergeant and parachute rigger.