On Monday, the second suspect wished in connection to the lethal mass shooting in Austin, Texas occurring early Saturday morning was arrested while attending summer school, police say.
17-year-old Jeremiah Roshaun Leland James Tabb was arrested on Monday in Killeen, Texas, while attending a summer school class, in accordance with police. He was arrested with out incident.
Tabb will likely be tried as an grownup underneath Texas legislation, and was charged with aggravated assault.
According to KXAN, the primary suspect arrested on Saturday is a minor underneath the age of 17.
Police responded to a number of gunshots close to the 400 block of E. 6th Street simply earlier than 1:30am Saturday. The avenue, which incorporates many in style bars amongst University of Texas college students, at that point was barricaded off from automobile visitors to make approach for foot visitors.
Interim Police Chief Joseph Chacon mentioned that investigators imagine the incident started as an argument between two events.
At least 13 folks had been injured in the shooting, with one 25-year-old male succumbing to his accidents on Sunday, police mentioned.
The sufferer, recognized as Douglas John Kantor, died at 12:01pm Sunday. He was reportedly visiting the world from out of city.
Kantor’s brother, Nick Kantor, advised KVUE his brother was initially from Airmont, N.Y. however “had recently been living in Michigan after completing four years in Michigan State in computer engineering.” His brother was working for Ford Motor Company at the time.
“He motivated everyone he came in contact with, was a team player and advanced quickly in the IT department at Ford working as a product manager. He also developed a website for his brother and father’s air conditioning and heating business,” Kantor added.
“He was looking forward to marrying his high school sweetheart of 10 years and starting a family. He was loved by all who knew him and had an infectious smile that would light up any room. He was loved by his family, friends and everyone who met him. This senseless tragedy has put an end to all his dreams.”
The Austin American-Statesman had beforehand refused to print the police’s description of the suspect, citing that it might “be harmful in perpetuating stereotypes.”