Suspect in the deadly Buffalo supermarket shooting had threatened his high school, was referred for mental health evaluation. The suspect in the deadly supermarket shooting in Buffalo, New York, threatened an attack at his high school last year, resulting in a referral for a mental health evaluation, a law enforcement official told USA TODAY on Sunday. The incident was reviewed by state authorities at the time. The official, who was not authorized to comment publicly, said the suspect's parents were cooperating with authorities. Source 4s.
Buffalo shooting suspect charged with federal hate crimes in May attack that left 10 dead. The alleged shooter, Payton Gendron, is accused of specifically targeting Black victims in a deadly assault, one in a string of deadly mass shootings across the country. Source 7h.
Shooter in racist Buffalo supermarket attack sentenced to life in prison after emotional hearing. He still faces federal charges. The 19-year-old gunman pleaded guilty to more than a dozen charges, including murder and domestic terrorism motivated by hate. His sentencing hearing was interrupted after someone charged at him, prompting officers to rush him from the courtroom. Source 3k.