LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) – Texas Tech University officials say a student sought in the shooting death of a campus police officer at police headquarters has been captured.READ MORE: Parents Frustrated After Violent Week Across Pittsburgh Public Schools
University officials issued an alert around 9:35 p.m. Monday saying they’ve lifted a campus lockdown that was ordered after the shooting. No other details were immediately given.
ALL-CLEAR: The suspect has been apprehended. Lockdown lifted on campus. Avoid TTUPD, north side of campus. https://t.co/jOFvYnGgL6.
— Texas Tech (@TexasTech) October 10, 2017
A university statement identified the suspect as 19-year-old Hollis Daniels.READ MORE: Vigil For COVID-19 Victims Held In Westmoreland County
University spokesman Chris Cook says campus police made a student welfare check Monday evening and found upon entering the room evidence of drugs and drug paraphernalia. Cook says officers brought the suspect to the campus police station for standard debriefing.
During this time, Cook says the suspect pulled out a gun and shot an officer in the head, killing him.MORE NEWS: GetGo Cashier Left Bruised, Scared After Attack In Store
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