“His answering machine message was incoherent, just bizarre, really bizarre — slurring words, but he didn’t sound drunk, just strange — I could make out “James” somewhere in it,” Glenn Rotkovich, of the Lead Valley Range, in Byers, Colo., told FoxNews.com. “I told my staff, here’s the name — James Holmes — this is the person. If he shows up come get me. I need to talk to him before anything else,” he added. “I said, I’m not sure about this guy.’ It was kind of bizarre.” – EXCLUSIVE: Massacre suspect James Holmes’ gun-range application drew red flag
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The gun range answering machine message sent a loud and clear signal. But we never seem to be able to make the jump from a warning to a notification of authorities. A gun range manager is also the last likely person who would alert police.
UPDATE: First photo of James Holmes, today in court, via Twitter.