Photos of Aaron Alexis courtesy of FBI.

Photos of Aaron Alexis courtesy of FBI.

Slain suspected Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis suffered from "anger management problems" his family feared was linked to participating in rescue attempts of Sept. 11, 2001 victims, according to a police report obtained by the Boston Herald.

Alexis told a Seattle cop in 2004 that he suffered from a "black-out" fueled by anger when he shot out the tires of a construction worker's car, according to a police report.

"He explained how he perceived (the victim) had disrespected him and how that perception lead (sic) to what Alexis described as a 'black-out' fueled by anger. He said he didn't remember pulling the trigger of his firearm until about one hour later," the report says.

Read the full Boston Herald story.