Minutes earlier, Carranza had watched as Salvador Ramos crashed his truck into a ditch outside the school, grabbed his AR-15-style semi-automatic rifle and shot at two people outside a nearby funeral home who ran away uninjured. He then exchanged fire with a school district security officer, ran inside and fired on two arriving Uvalde police officers who were outside the building, said Texas Department of Public Safety spokesperson Travis Considine. All the law enforcement officers were injured, he said. Hours later, Considine said authorities did not know for sure whether the school resource officer exchanged gunfire with Ramos. Ramos charged into one classroom and began to kill, a law enforcement official said. He “barricaded himself by locking the door and just started shooting children and teachers that were inside that classroom,” Lt. Christopher Olivarez of the Department of Public Safety told CNN. “It just shows you the complete evil of the shooter.” All those killed were in the same classroom, he said. Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw said it was “within 40 minutes or so” from when Ramos opened fire on the school security officer and when the SWAT-like Border Patrol team shot him. Law enforcement officials later said it was unclear if the gunman and the security officer had fired on one another From <https://apnews.com/article/uvalde-texas-school-shooting-44a7cfb990feaa6ffe482483df6e4683
An 18-year-old male suspect is in custody, police said. The shooter livestreamed the Saturday afternoon attack on social media and etched the names of previous mass shooters and racial epithets on the gun he allegedly used to carry out the attack, a source familiar with the investigation told ABC News. From <https://abcnews.go.com/US/reported-mass-shooting-upstate-york-tops-supermarket/story?id=84721175> The gunman, wearing military fatigues, body armor and a tactical helmet, shot four people in the parking lot of a Tops supermarket around 2:30 p.m., three fatally. He proceeded inside the store where he was confronted by a retired Buffalo police officer working security, police said. MORE: Shoppers who were regulars, a retired police officer: What we know about the victims of the Buffalo shooting, an alleged hate crime The guard shot and struck the suspect, but without effect due to the body armor, police said. From <https://abcnews.go.com/US/reported-mass-shooting-upstate-york-tops-supermarket/story?id=84721175>
Glendale police identified the victim in a homicide that happened over the weekend.
Demone Wilson, 20, was shot and killed on Saturday near Glendale and 51st avenues. He was taken to a local hospital where he died from his injuries.
Two other 21-year-old men were shot at the same time as Wilson. They were taken to the same hospital with gunshot wounds.
A preliminary investigation shows that the three victims were walking up to a recording studio when the suspect shot all of them, police said.
The suspect fled the scene before police arrived.
Glendale police later received a call that another juvenile boy was located at a different hospital with life-threatening injuries from a gunshot. Detectives believe that the boy is connected to this incident, but are still investigating the connection.
The boy was still in critical condition as of Monday night. One of the men who was shot was in critical condition, and the other man was in stable condition as of Monday night.
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"Due to her injuries the detective was unable to fire back." Sgt. Krynsky added. After the shooting, the two men ran back to their car. The detective was able to call for help over her radio. The suspects were then found by police at a home near 35th Avenue and Baseline Road where they were taken into custody. The suspects were identified Wednesday morning as Ahmani Gordon, 22, and Aaron Ware, 22. Both men were booked into jail and are accused of attempted first-degree murder. Their cash-only bond was set at $2 million. Police said that the detective remains hospitalized. Her name wasn't released, but she's a 19-year veteran of the department and her ballistic vest is credited for saving her life. This was the ninth Phoenix officer shot since last December. "This incident highlights the inherent danger our police officers face investigating these violent crimes in an attempt to apprehend dangerous criminals," Sgt. Krynsky said. ‘Why’s my bond $2 mil?' One of them man accused of shooting the officer admitted to firing the gun, but he claims that the officer fired first. However, police say the evidence doesn't back that up. The detective's service weapon was never fired, and her shooting hand was hit by a bullet. At a court hearing on June 15, Ahmani Gordon and Aaron Ware were charged with attempted first-degree murder. Their hearing was originally delayed because they were on suicide watch, but were brought in a short time later. "This was a coordinated attempt by Mr. Gordon and Mr. Ware to kill a Phoenix police officer," said Josh Maxell with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. Court documents said she was hit several times in the vest and hand. The suspect car was tracked with a police helicopter, and that's when the two men were taken into custody. Ware was reportedly found with bullet casings in his pocket and admitting to firing his gun. He asked a judge why his cash-only bond was set at $2 million. "I have no prior background, why's my bond $2 mil'?" he asked. The judge explained the severity of the allegations against him. "The bond is set based on the nature of the allegations, and the allegations do indicate a deliberate and coordinated event to gun down a person who was wearing a police vest," the judge said in court. "When people are accused of offenses like that, it tends to indicate there is very little they will not do." Ware had claimed to police that he didn't know she was an officer, but authorities stated she was wearing her vest clearly marked "Police" across the chest. The vest blocked at least one shot. The detective's name was not released for her safety as an undercover cop. Phoenix PD chief speaks on shooting Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams testifies at Senate hearing on gun violence Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams visited Capitol Hill on June 15 when she testified at a Senate hearing on gun violence. Williams' testimony comes just days after senators announced bipartisan framework for a gun safety deal. Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams addressed the shooting while testifying Wednesday at a Senate hearing on gun violence. "In the last six months, nine Phoenix Police officers have been shot, and 15 injured," she said. "Many of these attacks are brazen, and the shooters are often violent offenders with previous felony conviction [sic]. The violence against law enforcement must stop." ‘Another sad day for our department’ Press conference on the 9th Phoenix Police officer shot since December 2021 Phoenix Police Department Executive Assistant Chief, Michael Kurtenbach, spoke at the press conference following the shooting, "I stand before you today, another sad day for our department and our city as another Phoenix Police officer has been shot in the line of duty."