STAFFORD, Va. (WJLA) -- Throughout Monday afternoon, FBI agents came and went from the two-story brick home of Rollie Chance, who was initially identified as the shooter before Aaron Alexis was confirmed as the suspect.
The blinds were closed and black material placed over the windows at the home, located in the Amy Clay subdivision in Stafford. The family dog barked inside.
Chance and his wife Shawna live here and have two daughters – one is reportedly in grad school and the other is college-aged. Neighbors say that the Chances have lived here for at least half a dozen years, and that any connection at all to the Navy Yard shootings would be a complete shock to them.
Chance was a retired Chief Petty Officer with the Navy, who – according to one neighbor – had recently gone back to work in some capacity.
This is a developing story.