Lone Star College
A man accused of shooting three at a local college earlier this year turned himself in after being on the run from authorities and missing a court-ordered appearance.
A man accused of stabbing more than a dozen people at a Houston-area college told investigators that he had fantasized about cannibalism and necrophilia and about cutting off people’s faces and wearing them as masks, according to a court document made public on Thursday.
According to authorities with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, a man has been identified as the suspect in Tuesday’s stabbings at Lone Star College.
Sheriff Adrian Garcia and Senior Vice Chancellor of the Long Star College System Rand Key spoke to members of the media about the stabbings that took place at Lone Star College Tuesday morning.
At least five people were stabbed at Lone Star College Tuesday. Authorities fear that there could be additional victims.
The suspected gunman in the Lone Star College’s North Harris campus shooting was arrested in Plano by the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force. Friday’s arrest marks the second in the Lone Star College shooting incident.
Dr. Steve Head, president of Lone Star College-North Harris, attended Thursday’s Town Hall meeting on school safety, spearheaded by Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia.
Authorities continue their search for the gun used in Tuesday’s shooting at Lone Star College. Reports indicate that officials believe that the alleged gunman,22-year-old Carlton Berry, had assistance in getting rid of the weapon.
This week’s gunfire at a Houston-area college prompted new calls Wednesday for allowing concealed handgun license holders to carry their weapons into Texas college buildings and classrooms as a measure of self-defense.
Officials identified a suspect connected with the shooting that took place on the campus of Lone Star College.