Ronald Ray Moseley II was a black man from Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana, USA. Here are 13 more things about him:
- He continued writing on December 18, 2019 Facebook, “Train your mind to see the good in everything. Positivity is a choice and the happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.”
- On March 5, 2020, he wrote on Facebook: “Sometimes everything hits you at once. You lose a relationship, change jobs, old friends go and new friends come. It goes up one day and down the next. On Monday you have everything together and on Thursday you have no idea. Life is a big wave and all we can do is flow with it, adapt and transform.”
- On September 6, 2020 he was with Freddy’s frozen custard and steak burgers in Evansville.
- On June 7, 2021 he visited Noble Roman’s Craft Pizza and Pub in Evansville.
- On September 16, 2021 he dined Osaka Japanese Hibachi and Suchi in Evansville. On November 27, 2021 he traveled there again.
- On March 17, 2022, he took to Facebook to share a photo of himself with his uncle Danny Thomas at Danny’s gym. On March 21, 2022, he enjoyed breakfast with his mother Debra Thomas and his niece Nellie’s restaurant in Newburg, Indiana.
- On March 27, 2022 he dined at friendship dinner in Evansville.
- Just before midnight on May 18, 2022, he attacked four employees inside Westside Walmart in Evansville. He was an employee of the store at the time. He was arrested and charged with quadruple assault and four protection orders were issued against him, which were not served. On May 21, 2022, he wrote on Facebook, “I cannot change what I have done or find an excuse to justify what I have done. The only thing I can do is do better and learn from my mistakes and move on.”
- On July 13, 2022, he started his work in the goods receiving department of the forwarding company Tj Maxx distribution center in Evansville. On July 26, 2022 he visited Best Western Suites and Schmidt’s Wursthausboth located in Columbus, Ohio, USA.
- “I’m doing better in life. Lucky has a better job and makes more money but I will never forget the people who keep me under wraps,” he wrote on Facebook on Aug. 5, 2022. On August 10, 2022, another protective order was issued against him. It was successfully delivered on August 15, 2022.
- On September 1, 2022, he wrote on Facebook: “Trial went well. The judge saw through his lies, as I see through his lazy eye.”
- On January 18, 2023, he wrote on Facebook: “The worst kind of emotion is not having an emotion. Be thankful for the little things that make you laugh and smile or feel any kind of joy.”
- He was referred to the Vanderburgh County Mental Health Court and was scheduled to appear for a progress hearing on the afternoon of January 19, 2023. At around 10:00 p.m., he opened fire at the West Side Walmart in Evansville, injuring an employee named Amber Cook. He was also fatally shot after exchanging fire with him Evansville Police Department officers. He died at the age of 25.