A guard at the U.S. Holocaust Museum who was allegedly shot by James Von Brunn has died, the Associated Press reports. The AP identifies the guard as Stephen Tyrone Johns and says he worked at the museum for six years.
Separately, the Washington Post reports that police found, on Von Brunn's person, a notebook listing more than 100 "targets." Details on those locations have not been made public, but authorities are apparently responding to them, using bomb-sniffing dogs.