The Latest: Man says neighbor was gunman who acted ‘crazy’
RED BLUFF, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a Northern California school shooting (all times local):
A man says his roommate is among the victims in Northern California and that his neighbor was the gunman.
Brian Flint tells the Record Searchlight newspaper in the city of Redding on Tuesday that his neighbor, whom he knows only as Kevin, also stole his truck.
He says he and his roommate told authorities that their neighbor was acting “crazy” and threatening them.
Flint says he had been shooting “hundreds of rounds” from large magazines.
Authorities say a shootings at multiple locations have left three people dead and several others wounded, including students at an elementary school.
A Northern California hospital says it’s treating three people shot in a rural neighborhood.
Authorities say three people were killed and several wounded at multiple locations, including an elementary school about 130 miles north of Sacramento.
Marcy Miracle, a spokeswoman for Mercy Medical Center in Redding, declined further comment.
Redding is about 50 miles north of where the shootings occurred.
Authorities say three people have been killed in shootings at multiple locations in rural Northern California, and the shooter has been killed by law enforcement. Students also were shot and wounded at an elementary school.
It’s not clear if the shooter is included among the dead Tuesday.
Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston tells a TV station in the city of Chico that officers are investigating at least five crime scenes in and around the school in Rancho Tehama Reserve, about 130 miles north of Sacramento.
Jeanine Quist, an administrative assistant with the Corning Union Elementary School District, says no one was killed at the school but a “number” of students were shot and wounded.