The stabbing spree in University of Texas, Austin


02 May 2017

1 killed, 3 injured, suspect nabbed in UT Austin stabbing

On Monday, an undergraduate student from the University of Texas Austin attacked his classmates with a bowie-style hunting knife; he killed 1 and injured 3 others.

The suspect, 21-year-old Kendrex J. White was taken into custody by the UT Austin Police Chief, David Carter.

White was a biology major, expecting to graduate in 2018.

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Details of the incident

Details of the incident

The attack began at approximately 1:45 pm Central Time near Gregory Gym, which is home to the school's women's volleyball team.

There has been no immediate information released about the conditions of the injured; no possible motive has been provided.

According to witnesses, the suspect, when tackled by the police, appeared quiet and subdued.

04 May 2017

Suspected murder-suicide in Texas college kills 2

A Texas college campus witnessed violence for the second time in a week when an apparent murder-suicide claimed 2 lives on Wednesday in a community college.

A math tutor from North Lake College witnessed a man shooting a woman three times.

According to the Irving Police, there was no existing threat after the shooting.

Classes in North Lake College were cancelled for the day.

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