Student Gunman Shot, Killed at Texas Middle School
BROWNSVILLE, Texas — Police shot and killed an eighth grade student at Cummings Middle School the morning of Jan. 4.
Brownsville police Detective J.J. Trevino said that officers found the student with a handgun in a hallway after a school administrator noticed the boy was carrying a weapon and called police, the Associated Press reports. Police shot the student, killing him.
Investigators have not determined whether the student opened fire.
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