Chandler was apparently upset about his driver's license being suspended for DUI, and the state Driver's License Division not willing to reinstate it. TAYLORSVILLE — A man who drove his motor home through the front doors of a government building before shooting himself has died. In 2015, Chandler took a plea in abeyance, pleading no contest to disorderly conduct, a class C misdemeanor. The building is equipped with safety features, such as thick, bullet-proof glass both at the entrance and at the reception desk inside. Chandler sent an email to the Driver's License Division several days ago, said Fuhr, who didn't classify the email as threatening but rather Chandler expressing his disagreement with the decision.