DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Deputies from Douglas County executed a search warrant at the home of one of the suspected shooters in Tuesday’s school shooting. One person was killed, eight students injured and two suspects in custody after the shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch.
Investigators continued their search of the suspect’s home into Tuesday night. Records show that suspect had one criminal infraction in Colorado — a traffic charge from 2017 which was resolved in 2018.READ MORE: Mom Fights With Insurance Company To Get Disabled Daughter Wheelchair
The suspect, who CBS4 is choosing to not name until his court appearance, is expected in court on Wednesday.
A car was towed from the home.
Deputies rushed to the school just after 2 p.m. when shots were fired inside the school. Officers captured the suspects as they were running into the school.
One of the suspects is an 18-year-old male. The other is a juvenile female. Both are students at STEM School Highlands Ranch.READ MORE: MSU Denver Offers COVID Vaccine Incentive With Scholarship Drawing
Investigators searched one of the suspect’s vehicles that was parked at the school.
All students were eventually cleared from the school after law enforcement searched room by room. They were bused to Northridge Recreation Center near the school where they were reunited with their parents.
The FBI is investigating the scene inside the school. Homeland Security agents are also helping with the shooting investigation.
STEM School Highlands Ranch is a K-12 charter school at Ridgeline Boulevard and Plaza Drive.MORE NEWS: COVID Vaccine: Denver Moves Focus From Quantity To Localized, Targeted Population
PHOTO GALLERY: Shooting At STEM School Highlands Ranch