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Police release names of five killed in Milwaukee shooting

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The Miller valley area of Milwaukee was eerily quiet today as Molson Coors remained closed following the fatal shooting yesterday of five workers.

MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- Police have released the names of the five people killed Wednesday at the Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee.

  • Jesus Valle Jr., 33, Milwaukee
  • Gennady Levshetz, 61, Mequon
  • Trevor Wetselaar, 33, Milwaukee
  • Dana Walk, 57, Delafield
  • Dale Hudson, 60, Waukesha

All five died in the afternoon shooting, according to Milwaukee Police Chief Alphonso Morales.

Gavin Hattersley, CEO of Molson Coors, said the five worked as powerhouse operators, machinists and electricians. "But more importantly, they were husbands, they were fathers and they were friends. They were part of the fabric of our company, of our company and we will miss them terribly."

Law enforcement sources told ABC News that Anthony Ferrill, 51, was the shooter responsible for killing five people and himself at the Molson Coors campus.

Molson Coors CEO Gavin Hattersley posted a statement on Twitter saying the shooter was an active brewery employee. Officials confirmed the five people killed were also employees.

"Our families are hurting," Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said. "The Molson Coors families are hurting, the Miller families are hurting, the city is hurting."

Police have not yet identified a motive for the killing.

JT Cestkowski

Social Media Content Producer/Desk Editor

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