Police: Apparent Murder-Suicide at Texas Community College

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Roughly an hour after North Lake College in Irving, Texas, went on lockdown following reports of an “intruder,” police announced the campus had witnessed an apparent murder-suicide.

At 11:43 a.m. CST, North Lake College tweeted:

AT 11:48 a.m., the Irving Police Department tweeted:

The Associated Press indicated initial reports were of an “intruder, possibly armed.” These were followed by a school alert “to students late Wednesday morning telling them to barricade themselves in the nearest room and wait for further instructions from police.”

At approximately 12:47 p.m. CST, Irving Police tweeted the apparent murder-suicide:

Dallas News quoted Irving police spokesman James McLellan, who said “officers found two bodies in a building on campus. One of them was presumed to be the shooter, and the incident appeared to be a murder-suicide.”

North Lake College is part of the Dallas County Community College system. Their “Weapons (Firearms) Policy” makes clear that the school is a gun-free zone. The policy states:

Students shall not bring on College District property or to any college or College District-sponsored or -related activity any gun, weapon, simulated weapon, or any device identified below:

1. Razors;

2. Chains; or

3. Any other object, including school/college supplies, used in a way that threatens or inflicts bodily injury on another person.

AWR Hawkins is the Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and host of Bullets with AWR Hawkins, a Breitbart News podcast. He is also the political analyst for Armed American Radio. Follow him on Twitter: @AWRHawkins. Reach him directly at awrhawkins@breitbart.com.


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