Pennsville, N.J. residents expressed disbelief that a local man was identified as the gunman in Friday's fatal shooting at Los Angeles International Airport.
Paul Ciancia, 23, was in custody following the shooting that left one person dead, multiple people wounded and disrupted flights nationwide.
One neighbor, Joshua Pagan of Pittsfield Street, said: "You hear everything that goes on in this neighborhood and there's never anything wrong with this family."
"This doesn't feel right. It feels like they got something wrong," said Pagan.
An officer with the Transportation Security Administration was killed during the shooting, and a second TSA officer was wounded in the leg, according to the publication.
WPVI in Philadelphia reported that the shooter’s brother got a text message from Ciancia Friday saying he was thinking about taking his life. After the brother received the text, he told his father, who told the Pennsville police chief.
At the family's Pittsfield Street home, media trucks lined the road, and two police cars with officers inside were parked outside the family's residence Friday night.
Residents said Ciancia's father owns Salem County Collision, and that his mother passed away. He also has a brother and sister.
Police Chief A.J. Cummings said he's never had a problem with the family.