The transgender capturing suspect accused of killing three younger kids and three adults at a Christian faculty in Nashville, Tennessee, final week reportedly hoarded a suicide be aware, weapons and ammunition at house, based on a report Tuesday.
The Metropolitan Nashville Police Division lately launched an inventory of 47 objects discovered by officers conducting a search warrant at Audrey Hale’s house, NBC Information reported.
These objects reportedly included a number of journals, a shotgun, cellphones and laptops, in addition to folders and journals with notes on firearms programs and college shootings.
In response to the outlet, police stated officers additionally discovered a college picture and 5 yr books from The Covenant Faculty.
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Fox Information Digital reached out to Nashville police Tuesday searching for a duplicate of the record however didn’t instantly hear again earlier than publication.
Authorities say Hale had been beneath a physician’s take care of an undisclosed emotional dysfunction and hid weapons within the household house, unbeknownst to the suspect’s mother and father.
Legislation enforcement has additionally stated Hale legally bought seven weapons from 5 native shops and later offered one of many firearms. Three of these have been used within the capturing.
“The continued investigation into the March 27 murders of six individuals inside The Covenant Faculty continues to point out, from all info at the moment obtainable, that killer Audrey Hale acted completely alone,” Metropolitan Nashville Police Division stated in an replace Monday. “Within the collective writings by Hale present in her automobile within the faculty car parking zone, and others later discovered within the bed room of her house, she documented, in journals, her planning over a interval of months to commit mass homicide at The Covenant Faculty.”
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Police stated the writings stay beneath cautious overview by the MNPD and the FBI’s Behavioral Evaluation Unit primarily based in Quantico, Virginia.
“The motive for Hale’s actions has not been established and stays beneath investigation by the Murder Unit in session with the FBI’s Behavioral Evaluation Unit. It’s recognized that Hale thought of the actions of different mass murderers,” the press launch stated. “The investigation reveals that Hale fired a complete of 152 rounds (126 5.56 rifle rounds and 26 9 millimeter rounds) from the time she shot her means into the college till she was killed by police. Two officers fired on Hale.”
Officer Rex Engelbert discharged a complete of 4 5.56 rounds from his rifle and Officer Michael Collazo discharged a complete of 4 rounds from his department-issued nine-millimeter pistol.
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“Scores of police personnel from various elements responded to the Covenant name final Monday. The division’s Skilled Wellness Part is conducting crucial incident debriefings, together with day by day wellness checks, for concerned personnel,” the discharge added. “The MNPD’s Murder Unit is main the investigation into the murders of the six victims. The Chilly Case Unit is working with the TBI within the investigation of the deadly police capturing of Hale.”