The gunman who went on a shooting spree in Northern California began by killing his wife inside their home, raising the death toll from the attack to five.
At least five people were killed and 10 others - including two children - were wounded Tuesday morning in a string of shootings that spanned seven crime scenes in rural Tehama County, California. "I know that we have children that were attending school in a safe location at this time".
Neal, wielding a semiautomatic rifle and wearing a vest holding extra ammunition, had rammed the school's fence and tried to enter the building early Tuesday morning.
School officials heard shots being fired and immediately initiated a lockdown, which Johnston said was a "monumental" measure that was responsible for saving the lives of several children. Rodgers knows because until recently his own children went to school there.
Johnston declined to release the name of the suspected shooter.
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"At that point he was able to get everyone inside so there was no one left on the blacktop", Morehouse said. Witness Brian Rogers - who was across the street when the first shots rang out - said he heard single-fire shots by the school as if someone were taking time to pick targets a shot and the yelp of a dog, and to the south, a man at the municipal airport screaming for help, and more shooting there. He added that such incidents were "a very common thing with this couple", though he did not elaborate.
Cars are parked in front of the home of Kevin Janson Neal Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, in Rancho Tehama Reserve, Calif. He was ultimately killed when law enforcement officers rammed his vehicle and exchanged fire with him, fatally wounding him about 25 minutes after the first 911 call came in.
Neal's behavior escalated from a bad temper as a teenager to something more uncontrollable as he got older, Orr said.
Jeanine Quist, an administrative assistant with the Corning Union Elementary School District, said no one was killed at the school with kindergarten through fifth grades. Four people refused, one person told her they were late for work. "He had a very erratic and uncontrollable temper that made it hard to deal with him, and so it fragmented and fractured our family for many years". She said she spoke to him by phone on Monday and he apologized, she thought for the money she had spent.
Katrina Gierman, a local resident, told The Trace that she found out about the shooting when her husband's "phone was blowing up from the neighbor calling". Something as simple as using the washing machine while he was trying to sleep could set him off. When the shooter moved on to the next room, students who had remained under their desks were told to run back to the office with others, but one child wasn't moving, Ferreira said. "In all the time we've been out here there has been nearly, I would say nearly zero police presence".