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An Albuquerque police officer cordons off area along Eubank Boulevard on Monday after a gunman opened fire at an Albuquerque fiber optics manufacturer.
July 12,2010

A gunman angry about a child custody dispute with his girlfriend shot her Monday after a confrontation outside an Albuquerque manufacturing plant where she works, then forced his way inside and killed two other employees before turning the gun on himself.Police identified the shooter as Robert Reza, 37, who had addresses in Rio Rancho and Albuquerque

Police said the shootings were motivated by Reza’s disgust over a domestic violence dispute involving the girlfriend, who remained in critical condition Monday night. 

Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz said investigators recovered a single handgun but it appeared Reza fired 20 to 25 bullets, reloading once. 

Schultz said no other names would be released before Tuesday. 

Reza confronted the girlfriend outside at Emcore Corp., the Albuquerque fiber optics and solar manufacturing plant where his girlfriend still worked, and his rampage continued inside, Schultz said. It was unknown if the others who were shot had been targeted by Reza, he said 

“He acted alone,” Schultz said. “His primary target was his girlfriend at the facility. He knew her routine and confronted her outside the business.” 

The couple had two children, who are safe and with police,according to police spokeswoman Nadine Hamby. 

The gunman and his girlfriend had at least one previous domestic violence incident in Rio Rancho, an Albuquerque suburb, but the dispute had not been reported to police, and there was no arrest, she said. 

“There is a relationship between the offender and the victim,” Hamby said. 

Five victims were taken to University of New Mexico Hospital, where one woman died in the operating room, said physician Bob Bailey, incident commander for the emergency operations center at the hospital. 

The woman “arrived in extremely grave condition” with multiple wounds and blood loss, he said. 

Doctors operated on another seriously injured victim, who is expected to survive, Bailey said. Three other gunshot victims are in stable condition in the emergency room. 

Emcore manufactures semiconductors, fiber optics and solar power components. Its corporate campus is near Kirtland Air Force Base. 

Schultz described the Emcore building as “very secure.” 

Police are reviewing surveillance tapes recovered from the building, he said. They also gathered Emcore employees at a local community center where detectives interviewed them. 

More than 80 employees were at work Monday morning when the gunman entered the building and fired the first shot. Someone called 911 to report shots fired at 9:26 a.m. and said the gunman was still in the building, Schultz said. Five police officers entered the building within three minutes of the 911 call, Schultz said. 

Schultz said the gunman apparently forced his way into the building. He shot and killed one person who confronted him outside the building, Schultz said. Police found other victims inside. 

“It was a large and complex shooting scene,” he said. from:  http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2010-07-12-new-mexico-shooting_N.htm?csp=hf


Each letter of the first name rules 9 years of life.

Ages 36 to 45 are ruled by the fifth letter of the name.

Robert Reza

R is the 18th letter of the alphabet.

So from ages 36 to 45 he had the number 18 going on.

18 = Abnormal.  Warped.  Spooky.  Scream.  Horror.  Gruesome.  Psycho.  Demented.  Delirious.  Unhinged.  Bedlam. 

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