Tallahassee police report provides details of November shooting at FSU

TPD closing the case; report reflects Myron May's state of mind

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Tallahassee Police Department released a 103 page report on Friday detailing the shooting at Florida State University in November 2014.

The report includes witness testimony, testimony from officers, and evidence collected during the investigation. The bulk of that evidence is what investigators found after they searched the home, cellphone and computer of the shooter, 31-year-old Myron May. 

DOCUMENT: FSU Shooting Report

May left three videos on his laptop. In the first, he describes how he's a "victim of harassment." He said the people harassing him wear dark sunglasses.  He also said he heard voices in his apartment narrating what he was doing at the time.

Myron May

In the second video, May (pictured) begins with a prayer and asks God for forgiveness.

In the third video, he said "life was not supposed to be people sitting in a control room manipulating how you live day to day." He felt he was "in a straight jacket in a standing room only space."

He also addressed the families of his future victims, asking for their forgiveness.