A teacher was killed and 6 others wounded in a Mexico school shooting, officials say. The shooter also died
A teacher was killed and six other people injured when a student opened fire Friday at a private school in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila, officials said. The shooter, a student armed with two guns, also died, said Adelaido Flores, the regional coordinator for public safety in Coahuila, near the Texas border. Anxious relatives arrived at the school to pick up students after the incident, news footage from affiliate TV Azteca showed. The shooting occurred at the Cervantes de Torreón School in the industrial city of Torreón, the city's mayor, Jorge Zermeño Infante, told reporters.
What killing of top Iranian general means for nuclear deal and the U.S. in Middle East - Продолжительность: 8:42 PBS NewsHour Recommended for you.
South Carolina high school student killed in drug deal gone bad . Joshua’s mom reported her son missing, telling deputies her son went out with friends around 9 p.m. Tuesday and A Mauldin Police incident report says officers learned Joshua was going to meet a new drug dealer after conducting
DUNCANVILLE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — A 16-year-old Duncanville High School student is dead and a man is in serious condition after a drug deal “gone bad,” police said.
Shortly before 7 p.m. Jan. 11, DeSoto police responded to multiple calls that a small sedan crashed into an unoccupied SUV in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 500 block of East Beltline Road.
When officers arrived, they found the 16-year-old student and the other man — who was driving the wrecked sedan — wounded.
Witnesses reported hearing gunshots shortly before the crash and saw two men flee the scene on foot. Multiple shell casings from a handgun were also found at the scene along with drug paraphernalia.
Both victims were transported to a local hospital where the teen was later pronounced dead from a head wound, and the man remains in serious but stable condition. Neither of their identities have been released at this time.
The DeSoto Police Department are working with the Dallas County Physical Evidence Section to process the crime scene and are currently working to identify all involved.
This is an ongoing investigation and anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact the department at 469-658-3050.
Fairfield teen faces felony weapons charge after knives found at high school .
A 15-year-old Fairfield High School sophomore was released to his parents after police charged him with felony weapons possession. © Provided by Journal-News A Fairfield High School sophomore was charged with a felony weapons possession charge after bringing two folding knives to school on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020. FILE The student, who is not being named, was charged with possessing deadly weapons in a school safety zone after a school resource officer found him with two folding knives, said Fairfield Police Officer Doug Day. The charge is a fifth-degree felony.