Update from the SPD
The police department, as predicted, had little new information at today’s press conference. They did confirm that the person they interviewed (i.e. Kane Huff, the twin brother of alleged shooter Kyle Huff) was questioned and released, though SPD spokesman Sean Whitcomb would not confirm any names, including the shooter’s or the victims’, until the medical examiner gives police a positive ID.
In other news, police said the alleged shooter’s truck contained a massive arsenal of ammunition and weapons, including several hundred rounds of rifle, shotgun and handgun ammo; several banana clips loaded with more rifle ammo; a rifle; and a machete. “The amount of ammo this suspect had, the arsenal of weaponry that he had, is cause for serious concern,” Whitcomb said.
“Everything the witnesses have told us indicates that this suspect walked into the house shooting and didn’t stop shooting,” Whitcomb continued. “We do know that there were a lot of people in this house who were very frightened and doing everything they could to flee. Could it have been worse? With the way this suspect was armed, the answer is yes.”