WASHINGTON (AP) — Police say a man drove his car into a barricade near the U.S. Capitol on Sunday morning and then began firing gunshots in the air before fatally shooting himself.
Police say the man didn’t seem to be targeting any member of Congress.
The incident happened just before 4 a.m. at a vehicle barricade set on Capitol Hill. Authorities say that as the man was getting out of the car, the vehicle became engulfed in flames.
Police say he then opened fire, shooting several bullets into the air as police approached.
The man’s identity hasn’t been released, but investigators have located addresses for him in Delaware and Pennsylvania and have learned he had a criminal history in the past decade.