Shooting victim's husband upset over military burial for gunman

The husband of an Indianapolis apartment complex manager killed by a gunman is upset that the Army veteran was buried at a military cemetery in Michigan.

Police say 30-year-old Michael Anderson fatally shot himself as officers confronted him after killing 45-year-old Alicia Koehl and wounding three other people on May 31 at the complex where he previously lived.

Paul Koehl tells WISH-TV that military rules should've prevented Anderson's June burial at Fort Custer National Cemetery near Battle Creek, Mich.

The Department of Veterans Affairs says cemetery officials only found out about the Indianapolis shooting after Anderson's burial and that it was reviewing the circumstances.

Koehl say the person that left his two children without a mother shouldn't have been honored with burial in a national cemetery.