Hesston, Kansas (CNN)[Breaking news update, published at 10:03 a.m. ET]
The "protection from abuse" order that Cedric Ford received roughly 90 minutes before he went on Thursday's deadly shooting spree in Kansas was served to him at his workplace -- Excel Industries in Hesston, where most of the casualties would be -- Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton told reporters Friday.
Walton identified Cedric Ford as the man who killed three people and injured 14 others in the rampage that ended at Excel Industries, the lawn care equipment manufacturer where Ford worked.
A deputy went to Excel and served Ford with the protection order at about 3:30 p.m. (4:30 p.m. ET) Thursday, about 90 minutes before the shootings began, Walton said.