The Shooting Suspect at Arapahoe High School in Colorado Is Dead

The suspect in the shooting at the Centennial County school shot himself after injuring at least one other student.

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Matt Berman
Dec. 13, 2013, 11:07 a.m.

A sus­pect is dead in a shoot­ing at Ar­apahoe High School in Centen­ni­al, Colo., ac­cord­ing to Ar­apahoe County Sher­iff Grayson Robin­son. The sus­pect, who was a stu­dent at the school, died from an ap­par­ent self-in­flic­ted gun­shot wound. Two oth­er stu­dents were wounded in the in­cid­ent, one from a gun­shot wound.

The sher­iff, speak­ing to me­dia, said that the stu­dent in­jured in the gun­fire is in ser­i­ous con­di­tion. The shoot­ing began at about 12:30 p.m., loc­al time.

Ar­apahoe High School is a large school with 70 classrooms and 2,229 stu­dents. The school is about eight miles away from Columbine High School. This comes just one day be­fore the one-year an­niversary of the shoot­ing in New­town.


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