Video: Police arrive on scene after Ariz. college shooting
Newly released bodycam footage shows the aftermath of a shooting that left four injured and one dead
By Police1 Staff
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Flagstaff Police Department has released body camera footage of the moments following a shooting on Northern Arizona University’s campus that killed one and injured four others, KPHO reported.
The Oct. 9 incident occurred after the suspect claimed students attacked him. As officers arrived, students were yelling in distress.
“He [expletive] took off and shot both of our friends. We’re trying to help him,” a student is heard saying in the video.
Police handcuffed several students as the suspect’s identity was not immediately clear. The officers found the .40 caliber handgun used in the shooting immediately and secured it. Another victim was found inside a nearby building with a gunshot wound to his neck.
The suspect, Steven Jones, pleaded not guilty for first-degree murder charges on Wednesday. He was also charged with six counts of aggravated assault. He is in custody on a $2 million bond.