Published: Mon, May 21, 2018
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Tears at vigil for Texas victims

Tears at vigil for Texas victims

The FBI confirmed on Saturday that 13 other people were injured in the shooting.

Aaron Kyle McLeod was a student at Santa Fe High School.

The updated Federal Bureau of Investigation number still doesn't fully explain the discrepancy with the number of wounded reported by hospitals. But it's not clear whether some of those weren't directly related to the attack.

A woman who answered the phone at a number associated with the Pagourtzis family declined to speak with the Associated Press.

While the evidence points to a planned attack, students who knew the suspect. He said about 50 students had been admitted as of Saturday afternoon and that others would be allowed in for about three more hours. Repeated attempts to reach officials there by telephone went unanswered. Authorities also found an unlit Molotov cocktail, he said.

Two school resource officers were on the campus and confronted the shooter, Abbott said.

Investigators also found explosive devices in and around the high school but said that none were functional. One was a pressure cooker with an alarm clock and nails, but no explosive material.

Pagourtzis in jailed on murder charges.

Sheikh's father, Abdul Aziz Sheikh, said he believed his daughter would be safe in the US.

He called his daughter's friends, but they weren't responding either.

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Yesterday, they said he wore a trench coat to school in Santa Fe, 50km southeast of Houston, on a day when temperatures topped 32C.

Tristen Patterson, a junior at Sante Fe high School, says Pagourtzis didn't show signs of being bullied, but that he rarely talked about himself. The discovery process by prosecutors would take a long time, he said.

Pagourtzis plays on the Santa Fe High School junior varsity football team, and is a member of a dance squad with a local Greek Orthodox church. And they said the description of the massacre, in which authorities say he burst. But Auzston said he thought it was odd the school was having another fire drill after having had one about two weeks ago.

The University of Texas Medical Branch tweeted the update Saturday.

Mr Poehl, the suspect's lawyer, said he expected a second hearing soon and would likely have more information about that on Monday.

The people hospitalized included retired Houston police Officer John Barnes, who served as a resource officer at the school.

The 17-year-old student who authorities said killed ten people when he opened fire in an art class in his Houston-area high school appeared to be disoriented on the morning after the attack, one of his lawyers said. "I've always kind of felt like that eventually it was going to happen here too", Santa Fe student Paige Curry said.

Pagourtzis waived his right to remain silent and made a statement to authorities admitting to the shooting, according to an affidavit ahead of his arrest. He was ordered held without bond.

Sophomore Zachary Muehe told The New York Times that Pagourtzis entered his art classroom armed with a shotgun and was wearing a trench coat and a shirt emblazoned with the slogan "Born to Kill".

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