to connectVideoEl Paso’s mayor, praised by aid Walmart shooting: ‘that was remarkable police work
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El Paso’s Mayor, The Results are praised the first responders who rushed to the scene of the shooting rampage at a local Walmart as many as 20 people have been killed and injured 26 on a Saturday morning, and told Fox News he is focused on “ensuring that we have in our city.”
The police received the first reports of an active shooter at the 10:39 a.m., Officers were on the scene six minutes later and arrested the suspect, a 21-year-old white man from Allen, Texas, at 11:06 pm no exchange of gunfire.
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Margo called it “a remarkable police work, and that is the reason why we are regarded as one of the safest cities in the country, and noted that the officers will participate in routine training exercises to prepare them for active shooter situations.
Still, Margo, told “America’s News Headquarters”, “we are not prepared to do this, and I’m not sure that the Mayor will need to be up for something like this.”
“The culprit was not El Paso, and I don’t believe there is a person in El Paso would do something like this,” he said. “This is our community, and this is not what we are about and we have all of the same region, and is one of the community for 350 years.”
The researchers say that hundreds of shoppers in a busy Walmart on Saturday, along with 100 employees during the busy back-to-school shopping season.
Margo, along with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, as well as other local government officials, assisted by members of the community to find missing loved ones at a school being used as a two-of in the area before heading over to the mall, to the investigation of the crime scene.
The El Paso police chief Greg Allen said the shooting is being treated as a “homicide investigation, with its numerous casualties,” and added that the police department is examining a manifesto that could have been written by the suspected shooter’s supply, of which the chief is the name of a “nexus to be a hate crime.”
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Margo noted, with sadness, that he was “gearing up for the 20 funerals”, and want to make sure that the victim’s families to know that my heart is breaking. You are in our prayers. We will do everything we can to help you, and we’re all in this together.”