Mpls. workplace shooter warned for tardiness before rampage

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The Minneapolis Police Department released the personnel file Monday of the man who opened fire at Accent Signage Systems in September, MPR reports. The deadly workplace shooting left seven people dead, including the gunman, Andrew Engeldinger.

Engeldinger was reprimanded just a week before the rampage for being chronically late to work, including a stretch of 35 days in a row in August and September.

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Transcripts of 911 calls made at the time of the deadly shooting at Accent Signage on Sept. 27 were released in October.

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