The man who killed five people in a shooting rampage in California on Tuesday was banned by court order from owning firearms—and police are being criticized for failing to take action after neighbors in Rancho Tehama Reserve complained that he had been firing hundreds of rounds. At a press conference Wednesday, Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said Kevin Janson Neal refused to cooperate with investigators, the Sacramento Bee reports.
"He was not law enforcement friendly. He would not come to the door," Johnston said. "You have to understand, we can't anticipate what people are going to do. We don't have a crystal ball." Neal was out on bail after being charged with assault in January.