After an Army veteran killed three employees at a treatment facility in Yountville Friday, that facility may never open its doors again.
The Pathway Home's board members are scrutinizing building security, emergency protocols and what kind of screenings are in place for incoming patients.
According to police, 36-year-old Albert Wong used to live and receive treatment from the facility but was asked to leave when a knife was found in his room. Wong returned to the Pathway Home on Friday with a rifle and killed Pathway Home Executive Director Christine Loeber, Clinical Director Jennifer Golick, and Jennifer Gonzales, a clinical psychologist with the San Francisco Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System.
Wong was found dead after an 8 hour standoff.