Devin Patrick Kelley was court-martialed and convicted of domestic violence in 2012 at Holloman AFB in Alamogordo, New Mexico, where he was a logistics readiness specialist, Air Force spokeswoman Ann Stefanek said.

Kelley was sentenced to 12 months confinement and given a bad conduct discharge, Stefanek said.

Kelley unsuccessfully appealed his conviction in 2014 to the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.

Calls to Kelley’s relatives and neighbors weren’t returned Sunday. A law enforcement official told the San Antonio Express-News that Kelley wasn’t believed to be a member of First Baptist Church, but had ties to the church through family members.

In Comal County, Kelley only had faced minor traffic offenses in recent years. Kelley was licensed by the Texas Department of Public Safety as a security guard, and the agency’s website shows he worked at Schlitterbahn Waterpark and Resort in New Braunfels.

A spokeswoman for the park did not respond to questions.

So, it appears that this shooting was not random at all, but most likely it had something to do with what was found on his Facebook profile. Before the profile was shut down, Kelley’s movements were captured by Paul Joseph Watson, and the photo was uploaded to his Twitter account.

When taking a glance at Kelley’s interests, it is evident that the deranged gunman was an avid atheist believer. After doing a little more digging into Kelley, it was discovered that openly preached atheism online and was described as “creepy,” “weird,” and an “outcast.”