Capitol shooting suspect identified as Tennessee man who once called himself 'prophet of God'
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The man who allegedly pulled a gun on officers on Monday was identified by multiple outlets as a Tennessee man who caused a disturbance at the House of Representatives, the Associated Press reported.

The suspect, 66-year-old Larry Dawson, interrupted a House session last October and yelled that he was a "Prophet of God" from the balcony. Authorities said he was "known to police."

Dawson was captured on Monday after drawing his weapon at the Capitol Visitors Center and shooting an officer. The suspect was shot and later transported to a hospital. The incident is being investigated as a "criminal act," but not one linked to terrorism.

The Daily Beast posted footage of Dawson's outburst last year, which can be seen below.