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9:10 p.m. PT — The suspect in the shootings, David Lee Muhammad, had been hiding from police since early 시흥출장마사지Wednesday morning, law enforcement sources say. Police say he is believed to have fired the shots in the early evening.
10:20 p.m. PT — The FBI says it’s still trying to figure out how Muhammad arrived in Austin and was able to fire on law enforcement.
11:40 p.m. PT — Law enforcement sources tell CNN the suspect killed in this shooting was in Texas for the weekend and a neighbor in the town of San Antonio was trying to help him. The neighbor tells CNN the suspect had been in Texas since Sunday, a source said. The source also says the neighbor thinks the suspect “has a history of mental health problems,” and has tried to help him.
11:45 p.m. PT — As of Wednesday night, police hadn’t identified any connection between Wednesday’s shooting at the Branch Davidian compound and the shootings Saturday night in Waco.
11:40 p.m. PT — Authorities say David Sweat, who appeared on the TV news the day of the shooting on Waco TV, killed two officers Friday night at the Branch Davidian compound.
1:21 a.m. PT — An official with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says an AR-15-type rifle was found in the possession of the suspect who killed two police officers after fatally wounding at least 21 others at the site of the deadly sniper rampage at an ATF training facility in Waco, Texas.
1:37 a.m. PT — Federal authorities are trying to figure out how the gun wound the two officers who died at the Branch Davidian compound on Wednesday morning. Officials have begun to gather photos of the suspect and are also searching for a vehicle used in the attack, said federal law enforcement officials.
1:41 a.m. PT — ATF has determined that the gunman was using a black.223-caliber assault rifle th일산출장샵 일산출장마사지at was seized from his parents in Texas, and it appears to resemble an AR-15, a so룰렛urce with knowledge of the inquiry told CNN.
8:46 a.m. PT — According to the FBI, there was one suspect and four suspects killed at the ATF training facility in Waco, Texas on Wednesday. That’s according to a federal official who spoke on condition of anonymity.