Yesterday was a tragic day for the normally-quiet community of Sebring, Florida, as 21-year-old Zephen Xaver stormed a local SunTrust Bank and took it hostage. During the madman's rampage, he killed five civilians and barricaded himself in the bank. Less than a day later, tons of new information has surfaced and here are all the Florida shooter updates:\nAccording to Xaver's ex-girlfriend of 3 years, Alex Gerlach, he had an extreme hatred for people and often talked about how he wanted everybody to die. She said he has been having dreams about killing for so long and he was kicked out of school for having a dream that he killed everyone in his class. He purchased a gun last week and "no one thought anything of it" because he had always liked guns, she told The Washington Post. Gerlach and Xaver's relationship ended around 3 months ago.\nXaver and his mother moved to Sebring in the fall from Plymouth, Indiana. One of his neighbors said that he always seemed nice enough, well mannered - she even allowed her daughter to be around him. The neighbor further stated she never would have expected this of him.\nREAD ALSO: Video Showing Florida Man Hunting Pigeons With A Net\nHe was a correctional officer trainee at Avon Park Correctional Institution and resigned two weeks ago. He was hired by the facility on Nov. 2 and resigned on Jan. 9. His reason for resigning is still unknown.\nThe suspect's father says he is heartbroken for the victims, further stating that Xaver was "always a good kid."\nWe expect to learn new information within the hour on the shooting inside a Sebring bank. Officials say Zephen Xaver killed five people. @abcactionnews pic.twitter.com/5ogTtd9IXW\n— Griffin Frank (@GriffinFrank) January 24, 2019\nREAD ALSO: People Online Are Freaking Out About The Florida Man Who Purposely Drove Ferrari Into Water\nOfficials are still investigating the motive behind the shooting. It is still unclear if he knew any of the victims or if it was completely random.\nXaver appeared in court this morning and is being held without bond. He is facing 5 counts of premeditated murder and was appointed a public defender.\nOfficials will be updating the public more on the incident today at 11 am.