The gunman killed in Austin, Texas, on Friday after opening fire downtown tried to burn down the Mexican consulate and shot more than 100 rounds at city buildings and at one police officer. The shooter has been identified as 49-year-old Larry Steven McQuilliams. Residents in the area reported hearing shots at 2:22 a.m. Police noticed that McQuilliams was wearing a vest after firing at him and a bomb squad was called, but the suspect died at the scene. No officers were injured. McQuilliams’s record showed a 1992 arrest by the Austin Police Department for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, but the case was dismissed.