Timothy Simpkins Video – Police keep on examining Wednesday’s taking shots at Timberview High School in the Mansfield Independent School District that left four individuals harmed.
The taking shots at the school, which is situated in Arlington however has a place with the region in adjoining Mansfield, originated from a battle that broke out in a homeroom, Arlington Assistant Police Chief Kevin Kolbye said at an evening news meeting.
Individuals who were in the school connected recordings via online media of a battle in a study hall to the shooting.
Arlington Police Department public data official Tim Ciesco said:
“I can confirm that we are aware of both videos and we believe they show the fight that took place this morning prior to the shooting,”
“They are being looked at as part of the investigation.”
Police have not yet affirmed who will be who in the video. Ciesco said investigators are as yet attempting to talk with individuals associated with the case.
Timothy George Simpkins was recognized as the supposed shooter. He gave up to the police, with an attorney, around four hours after the shooting.
Simpkins was reserved in the Arlington prison on three counts of exasperated attack with a destructive weapon.
Arlington police showed up at his family home in a reinforced vehicle to serve a court order Wednesday evening.
A relative addressed the media outside, saying Simpkins was being harassed and it had been accounted for to the school.
Carol Harrison-Lafayette said:
“The decision he made taking the gun, we’re not justifying that. That was not right, but he was trying to protect himself and so we hope the police department does the investigation properly,”
“There will be independent investigations that will be done as well so that we can get to the bottom of really what happened.”
The family says it is helping out the police.
A lady who recognized herself as Simpkins’ mom says she will be standing up for her child, who she accepts was the casualty of harassing.
Simpkins is being hung on a $75,000 bond.
The government Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is researching how Simpkins gained a weapon.