A company is mourning the loss of three of its employees who were killed in a shooting late Friday at a Louisville sports bar.The owner of the sports bar also took the weekend to remember the families of the victims.Protect Environmental, an environmental consulting and construction company with a focus on radon testing, issued a statement on Facebook remembering the three employees who died.Toreon Hudson, 26, William Smallwood, 48 and Steven Head, 24, were identified by the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office and by Protect Environmental.”Scott Smallwood, Steven Head, and Toreon Hudson were killed in a senseless act of violence on Friday evening,” the company said.The shooting was reported around 11:30 p.m. Friday at Bungalow Joe’s Bar and Grill.Michael Rhynes Jr. was arrested shortly after by members of the Louisville Metro Police Department. In an update Monday, investigators said detectives have not been able to identify a motive in the shooting, but believe it may be a “completely random act.”Lt. Donny Burbrink said the suspect appeared to shoot without any provocation. Burbrink was asked if he believed this was a hate crime, to which he responded, “Don’t wanna pigeonhole ourselves and say this is a hate crime… We don’t have any evidence to say that at this point.”Protect Environmental posted photos of Hudson, Smallwood and Head, adding that “these men, and their families and loved ones, are in our thoughts.”The company said it plans to release more information on how to help the families of the victims, including how people can take part.The owner of Bungalow Joe’s closed for the weekend after the shooting, and also started a GoFundMe for the families of the victims. The online donation campaign already surpassed its $30,000 goal with more than $45,000 in donations.Rhynes remains in custody and was assigned a $2 million bond. His next court hearing is Sept. 29, according to records.Detectives have not been able to link the shooter to the men or the restaurant.

A company is mourning the loss of three of its employees who were killed in a shooting late Friday at a Louisville sports bar.

The owner of the sports bar also took the weekend to remember the families of the victims.

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Protect Environmental, an environmental consulting and construction company with a focus on radon testing, issued a statement on Facebook remembering the three employees who died.

Toreon Hudson, 26, William Smallwood, 48 and Steven Head, 24, were identified by the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office and by Protect Environmental.

“Scott Smallwood, Steven Head, and Toreon Hudson were killed in a senseless act of violence on Friday evening,” the company said.

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The shooting was reported around 11:30 p.m. Friday at Bungalow Joe’s Bar and Grill.

Michael Rhynes Jr. was arrested shortly after by members of the Louisville Metro Police Department. In an update Monday, investigators said detectives have not been able to identify a motive in the shooting, but believe it may be a “completely random act.”

Michael Rhynes Jr.

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Lt. Donny Burbrink said the suspect appeared to shoot without any provocation. Burbrink was asked if he believed this was a hate crime, to which he responded, “Don’t wanna pigeonhole ourselves and say this is a hate crime… We don’t have any evidence to say that at this point.”

Protect Environmental posted photos of Hudson, Smallwood and Head, adding that “these men, and their families and loved ones, are in our thoughts.”

The company said it plans to release more information on how to help the families of the victims, including how people can take part.

The owner of Bungalow Joe’s closed for the weekend after the shooting, and also started a GoFundMe for the families of the victims. The online donation campaign already surpassed its $30,000 goal with more than $45,000 in donations.

This content is imported from Facebook. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

Rhynes remains in custody and was assigned a $2 million bond. His next court hearing is Sept. 29, according to records.

Detectives have not been able to link the shooter to the men or the restaurant.

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