It was an early morning in May when a man went into the Cambria Hotel on the outskirts of Casper, Wyo., and took out a gun, according to the Casper Star-Tribune.

But it didn’t end there.

Two other people were injured, and the man who shot and killed two people was charged with murder.

As a result, the Cambrian Hotel closed to guests and employees, and security guards stepped up patrols.

The hotel was one of the last hotels in the state to close its doors.

But the resort and resort-area community was stunned and saddened when the man was eventually charged with the crime.

“It’s sad to see that,” said David Waddell, executive director of the Cambrians Association.

“We have to take the bad with the good.

We’re a community and a family.

We are one big family, and when you have an incident like this, you know what happens?

It’s a bad thing.”

When the man died, a local resident contacted the Caspere Times-Journal and said that he’d seen his brother with a handgun.

The brother, who didn’t want to be identified, told the paper that the man had called him around 8 a.m. and told him that he had killed his brother.

“He told me he was going to shoot his family.

He was going back to the house,” the brother said.

“I was really scared.

He said he was armed and that he was coming back to get him.”

The man’s father told the Caspre Times-Journals that he called the police because his son didn’t look normal.

The sheriff’s office said it was a false report and that the person in question was not the brother.

But even after the man’s family learned about the incident, they were still stunned by what happened.

“There were a lot of people in that room, and they were all scared.

We had all kinds of questions.

How could this happen?” said John Sallis, the president of the Caspres Chamber of Commerce.

“Our family had to tell him he’s going to be missed.

He’ll never be forgotten.”

Sallas told ABC News that the family was “very sad” about the situation.

“The man was never the same,” Salles said.

He told the newspaper that his brother had a troubled childhood and was a troubled man.

“And the fact that he is a gun owner is very tragic,” he said.

But while the family is disappointed, the incident didn’t deter them from being optimistic.

“At the end of the day, this is a town that loves its outdoor life,” Sollis said.

The Casper Times- Journal reached out to the man, but the hotel was closed as a precaution.

A spokesperson for the Caspras Chamber of Business told that the resort is “open for business.”