Gregory Ulrich Biography: Wiki, Age, Suspect, Shooting At Allina Clinic Crossroads, Minnesota Active Shooter Full Details

Who is Gregory Ulrich? Gregory Ulrich Bio/Wiki

Gregory Ulrich, who has been named as the gunman suspected of carrying out a mass shooting at a health clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota, and probably setting off explosive devices.

Ulrich, of Buffalo, is now in Wright County Jail custody. Meanwhile, five people were shot in an attack at the Crossroads Allina Clinic.

According to hospital authorities, one of the injured, who was taken to Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis, was later pronounced dead at the hospital.


He is 67 years old.

Gregory Ulrich Wanted Revenge

Ulrich had called his former doctor “three times a day, threatening mass shooting, blowing things up and other vengeance scenarios,” according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, in 2018, believing that doctors had tortured him. A police report published by the newspaper includes those claims.

Ulrich was taken for an investigation; the newspaper said he had health problems related to back operations.

The report states that he is accused of saying that he wanted to make a mass shooting “big and sensational in order to make an impact.”

The workers at Allina had attempted to remove him from the campus and, according to the Star Tribune, he was convicted of violating a restraining order, but the case was thrown out when he was found mentally incompetent.

Shooting At Allina Clinic Crossroads

The sheriff’s office reports that at 10:54 a.m. they first received a call of shots fired. Campus Drive at 755 Crossroads. In an emotional press conference on Tuesday afternoon, officials from Wright County said they were familiar with Ulrich.

As he addressed the scene of several shootings at the clinic, Buffalo Police Chief Pat Budke was noticeably shocked, saying the gunman had a history of being upset with the health care he got.

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Officials are of the view that he acted alone, and they are not searching for extra suspects. They do not think that it is connected to domestic terrorism. CBS News reports that Ulrich is scheduled to appear in court at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday.

Budke said, “The history that we have as a department with this individual makes it most likely that this incident was targeted at this facility or someone within that facility,”

“He has lived in this community for quite a long time and has had contact with health care within the community during that time.”

John Holler with Wright County said that there were no bombs or explosives detonated, despite several rumors early on of explosive devices found in or around the clinic. After suspicious packages were found there, a Super 8 motel nearby was also evacuated.


He was previously arrested for drink driving, possession of marijuana and has two arrests that resulted in prison time for gross misdemeanor drunken driving.

Zastra said that when he lived with Ulrich, the police reacted more than a dozen times to their home and he was “nothing but trouble.”

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