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BREAKING: Mass Shooter STOPPED by Law Enforcement in Texas

William Patrick Williams, 19, was arrested Thursday. He was planning to carry out a mass shooting at a Texas hotel.

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Texas law enforcement appear to have thwarted yet another mass shooting, taking a suspect into custody on Thursday.

The suspect had told his grandmother that he planned to “shoot up” an area hotel and commit suicide in July. The man’s grandmother convinced him to allow her to take him to a hospital for mental health treatment instead, placing him on the radar of Texas authorities.

William Patrick Williams, 19, was arrested by ATF and FBI special agents at the hotel for acquiring a firearm under false pretenses. Williams had misrepresented his address on a NICS (National Instant Criminal Background Check) form, stating that he resided with relatives, when he had in fact moved to a different address. Falsely listing an address on a gun transaction firearm form is a serious criminal offense.

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Williams had filled out the form when purchasing an AK-style rifle in July. He had been planning to use the rifle for a massacre at the unnamed hotel. Law enforcement acted swiftly when Williams booked a room at the hotel, and when they raided the room, they discovered seventeen loaded magazines, several knifes, tactical clothing, and a t-shirt with the ominous message of ‘Let Em’ Come.”

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U.S Attorney Nealy Cox has described the situation as “a tragedy adverted.” Two mass shootings occurred nationally on the weekend of August 2-4th, and if not for the authorities’ swift arrest of Williams, a third may have taken place.

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Two McAllen, Texas Police Officers Murdered in “Ambush” Responding to Domestic Violence Call

Two officers are dead.

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Two McAllen, Texas police officers were murdered in what’s being called a calculated “ambush” when responding to a domestic violence call in the South Texas city.

Officer Edelmiro Garza, 45, and Officer Ismael Chavez, 39, were shot and killed by 23-year old Aldon Caramillo. The suspect in the shootings reportedly killed himself shortly after shooting the police officers. The officers had been responding to a call reporting domestic violence at a home.

McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez was overcome with emotion as he explained the situation to local media, revealing that the two officers had suffered fatal wounds from the shooting.

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Caramillo reportedly had a lengthy criminal history according to McAllen Police, which includes arrests for DWI and possession of marijuana.

The story is developing, and Big League Politics will continue to monitor the situation.

 

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