Colorado Springs shooting victims identified – 9NEWS.com
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Allison Sylte 9:35 p.m. MST November 29, 2015Shooting victims Ke’Arre Stewart (top left), Jennifer Markovsky (top right) and Garrett Swasey (bottom)(Photo: KUSA)COLORADO SPRINGS – Police have identified both of the civilians killed in Friday’s shooting at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.Jennifer Markovsky, 35, and Ke’Arre Marcell Stewart, 29, lost their lives in the shooting that injured at least nine others, and also killed University of Colorado – Colorado Springs Police Officer Garrett Swasey.Neither Markovsky nor Stewart worked at Planned Parenthood, clinic officials said.RELATED: Friends, family remember fallen officerRELATED: Officer killed in Colorado Springs leaves behind wife, two kidsRELATED: Colorado Springs shooting: What we knowKe’Arre Stewart, an Army veteran who served in the Iraq War (Photo: GoFundMe)Stewart was an Iraq War veteran, his friends confirm to 9NEWS. He was also one of the founding members of an underground radio station in San Antonio, and did soundboard work for various concerts and venues.He was known to his friends as “Kroc” and is remembered as a funny, gregarious guy who liked to roughhouse with his friends.Markovsky, who was originally from Hawaii, was at the clinic to support a friend, according to HawaiiNewsNow, the NBC affiliate in Hawaii.On Facebook, Markovsky’s father wrote a message mourning his daughter:”Life was too short my beloved daughter,” he wrote. “I was waiting to see you soon.”Jennifer Markovsky was one of the three people killed in Friday’s shooting at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood (Photo: John Ah King)Colorado Springs Police said Sunday that their identification was only preliminary, and a full identification will be provided once autopsies are completed.The shooting suspect is in custody, and will have his first court hearing on Monday via video advisement. (© 2015 KUSA)Read or Share this story: https://on9news.tv/1HymP7b – Click Here To Visit Article Source