June 19, 16:43 p.m.:
Gov. Scott Walker calls a news conference to discuss the shootings.
“There is no place in the state of Wisconsin for these actions,” Walker says.
June 19, 2:23 p.m.:
Davis tells police he intends to shoot his classmates and associates, including his parents, school Superintendent David H. Bowen Jr. says. Davis takes it one step further and later has a gun conversation with his mother.
“I’m ready. I will f— you up” Bowen quotes Davis as saying.
Davis warns his mother that Bowen has a security camera in their home. Davis tells her he’s going to shoot Walker and other law enforcement officials, who include Gov. Scott Walker, senior attorneys, UW Police Chief Timothy Bobbitt and school administrators.
Davis eventually utters the word “kill” at one point, Bowen says.
Davis also asked to be recorded.
June 19, 2:40 p.m.:
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval tells reporters Davis killed the students and wounding nine other people. Koval declines to name the victims when asked whether they are students.
Walker orders state Department of Justice special agent Brett Habicht to Madison to work with local authorities and others investigating the case. The state Division of Criminal Investigation is also investigating the case.
July 4, 7:58 a.m.:
Habicht returns to the Madison office of the FBI to join the investigation.
July 6, 3:22 p.m.:
Davis provides Madison police officers with a map of the University of Wisconsin campus with specific schools he planned to go to, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Bowen says.
July 6, 11:09 a.m.:
Fond du Lac police officers, along with UWM police officers, make two traffic stops on Davis, Bowen says. Davis fails to stop for police.
July 6, 5:59 p.m.:
An agent with the Division of Criminal Investigation makes contact with Davis’ father, Andrew Davis, at a home in Fond du Lac, Bowen says.