Student killed in STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting identified

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Eight students wounded in the shooting survived.

As the gunfire rang out, students ran through the halls shouting "School shooter!". Eight other students were injured in the shooting. A Telemundo correspondent reported that the family said Castillo "died a hero, confronting the gunmen".

Douglas County Coroner Jill Roman on Wednesday confirmed the identity of the sole fatality in Tuesday's shooting as Kendrick Castillo, 18, a senior at the STEM School Highlands Ranch who was a member of the school's award-winning robotics team.

Kendrick Castillo was killed during a shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch. He was scheduled to make an initial court appearance later Wednesday.

Littleton (Colo.) Adventist Hospital told the Times five people were transported there, two of whom were in serious condition May 7. One student has died from injuries sustained in the shooting.

"He told me he wanted to be a Knights of Columbus because he wanted to help not only people, but his community", Bedard said. In addition to Columbine, a man opened fire at a movie theatre in Aurora, another Denver suburb, in 2012, killing 12 people and wounding scores more.

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He says the community is comprised of kind, compassionate people who are going to mourn, take care of those who are down and pick themselves back up. "It won't today and it won't tomorrow", he said.

"These are aberrant acts. But all they get out of it is "ewwwwww gays".

"I wish he had gone and hid", said Mr Castillo, "but that's not his character". Our school district is awesome, our school district is safe.

"The kids go to school, they should be going to school to learn, have fun, be with their friends".

Officials would not confirm if one of the shooters lives at the home.

The charter school campus has more than 1,800 students in kindergarten through 12th grade, including small children who streamed out of the school weeping and with their arms raised to escape the danger. He also said the school does not have metal detectors. 'And then. then we heard our lockdown'. Some wondered at first if it was a joke or a drill. Brauchler said he could not discuss any motive or weapons used in the attack.

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"We did not exchange any gun fire with them", he said.

Two suspects have been arrested, but one is reportedly still at large.

"The graffiti on it is still being analyzed at this point", he said, adding that he didn't have details about "what it means or where it came from".

One of them, according to Spurlock, was being restrained by the school's security officer when police took them into custody.

Cops initially called the second suspect a male but later changed the gender to female. Two suspects are in custody but the total number of victims is not yet clear.

Nicholson-Kluth said police and deputies got there nearly immediately and heard shots as they arrived.

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