Odessa gunman allegedly killed war veteran near iconic Ratliff Stadium
CBS-7/KOSA has learned the gunman involved in Saturday's rampage drove all the way out to Yukon and Grandview, killing a driver in front of Ratliff Stadium.
A very graphic video sent to the newsroom Saturday night shows Kameron Brown slumped over in the driver's seat of his red Standard Safety and Supply pick-up truck, a lone bullet hole in his side window.
Sunday, a GoFundMe page was created for Brown. The page organizer writes, "Kameron Brown's life was cut short on August 31st when he was tragically shot and killed by the active shooter that rampaged through Odessa, TX. Kameron leaves behind a mother, a sister and many extended family members and friends."
Brown worked for Standard Safety & Supply for over a year.
A company spokesperson wrote, "We are deeply saddened at the loss of a member of our team. Kameron Brown died tragically as a victim of the senseless and horrifying shootings that occurred in and around Odessa on Saturday. We have been in contact with Kameron's family to offer our deepest sympathies and support. We ask that the family's privacy be respected during this most difficult time."
Odessa Police investigators have never mentioned publicly that the shooter, 36-year-old Seth Ator, drove that far out during his deadly rampage.
Brown was a resident of Brownwood, Texas and also a member of the United States Army, serving in Afghanistan.