Tuesday at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Two
people were killed and four others injured after a campus shooting.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department informed Trystan
Andrew Terrell, 22, was charged with two counts of murder and four counts of
Late Tuesday afternoon Police were called after a gunman
shot several students. University police Chief Jeffrey A. Baker told that a
suspect was arrested inside an on-campus building.
“I can’t tell you the sadness of the entire community
to know that a situation like this has occurred on our campus,” Baker
stated. “We are all pretty much devastated.”
According to Baker, three of the injured are in critical
Terrell was also accused of four counts of assault with a
deadly weapon with intent to kill, possession of a gun on educational property
and discharging a gun on educational property. No one else is being sought.
Baker alludes to the accused as “not somebody that is
on our radar.”
Tuesday was the final day of classes at the university, informed
by WCNC. The educational institution has around 30,000 students, according to