The Red Lake massacre was an incident of spree killing on March 21, 2005 that occurred in two places on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Red Lake, Minnesota, United States. That morning, 16-year-old Jeffrey Weise killed his grandfather (a tribal police officer) and his grandfather's girlfriend at their home. After taking his grandfather's police weapons and vest, Weise drove his grandfather's police vehicle to Red Lake Senior High School, where he had been a student some months before.
Weise shot and killed seven people at the school, and wounded five others. The dead included an unarmed security guard at the entrance of the school, then a teacher and five students. After the police arrived, Weise exchanged gunfire with them. He was wounded and then committed suicide in a vacant classroom.
Daryl Allen Lussier, age 58, police officer and Jeff Weise's grandfather.
Michelle Leigh Sigana, age 31, Lussier's girlfriend.
Derrick Brian Brun, age 28, security guard for Red Lake High School.
Neva Jane Wynkoop-Rogers, age 62, English teacher.
Alicia White, age 15, student.
Thurlene Marie Stillday, age 15, student.
Chanelle Rosebear, age 15, student.
Chase Albert Lussier, age 16, student.
Dewayne Michael Lewis, age 15, student.
Jeffrey James Weise, age 16, student/perpetrator
Just another reason why we need better gun control in this country.