The building was occupied by many employees when Brandt opened fire, Gwinnett police spokesman Cpl. Collin Flynn said. According to the police, he wore a white balaclava-style shirt that covered his face only to reveal his eyes
Bryant Armstrong, an employee at Direct Technologies, told Channel 2 Action News that he and his colleague believed the gunman entered the business through a storage compartment door. He said he heard some gunshots but never saw the victim open fire. He ran away to the break room with a few other colleagues before leaving the building, he said.
7;t expect at 2 p.m. Friday to hear gunshots in a microscopic office park,” Armstrong told the news station.
Police said an employee was injured while fleeing the scene, but Ross was the only one shot.
Brandt remains incarcerated in the Gwinnett County Jail without a bond, online records show.