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Uvalde state senator raises questions on li 911 call information was handed over to the firing commander

Gutierrez said he did with agency that regulates 911 calls, Commission on State Emergency Services, and was told that 911 calls are being processed and passed on to the city police force on scene. However, it is not clear if this information was handed over to the school district police chief. who was the commander of the incident on scene.

“They were handed over to police officer Uvalde and the government agency I spoke to didn’t tell me. who I mean,” Gutierrez said.

Gutierrez also said he wants know more about what happened at school that day.

“I want to know where were the cops in this room. I want to know how a lot of of my cops were in there, how there were a lot of state soldiers there. I want to know how many state soldiers were outside. I want to know how many federal officers were inside for 19 minutes i mean for 45 minutes,” Gutierrez told reporters.

“I want to know specifically who was getting 911 calls,” he said.

CNN contacted the Commission on State Emergency Services, Uvalde Police and Uvalde Unified Independent School District for comment on Gutierrez’s statements.

State Senator also said the Texas Department of Public Safety Colonel Stephen McCraw told him he would get information about identities of 19 officers who we in hallway outside the class where the shooter was, on Friday. Gutierrez promised share what information with media once received.

“I beg you, don’t allow these people hide behind district attorney’s investigation on procedural issues. No need allow anyone not allow hide this governor behind local district attorney on these procedural violations, on these policy failures, under the pretext of what we’re looking at criminal investigation,” the state senator urged.

“There were many of failure here,” he said.

School District Police Chief Pedro “Pete” Arredondo has been identified. last a week of DPS as commander who decided not to break into neighboring classrooms, where the gunman killed 19 children and two teachers.
Arredondo spoke exclusively to CNN on Wednesday and declined answer basic questions about the massacre.

Search warrant issued for Mobile phone of teenager Salvador Ramos, truck he was driving and his grandparents were at home, according to court records obtained by CNN.

One warrant, signed on Wednesday by Uvalde County District Court Judge Camille Dubose, allows law enforcement perform court medical expert download of Ramos’ iPhone 13 Pro Max, which was found next to his body after he was fatally shot by the police.

During the bloodbath, the negotiator tried call the shooter, but he did not respond, Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin told reporters on Wednesday.

“They tried every number they could find that it was connected with” McLaughlin said.

now this city engulfed in grief also plagued by shifting police narratives, unanswered questions and horror of knowing that 21 victims were trapped with action movie for more over an hour — despite repeated 911 calls for help from inside classrooms.

teachers last call her husband

At the 77th minute of bloodshed at an elementary school in Texas, teacher Eva Mireles spent some of her final breath on telephone with her husband, telling him she was dying, Uwalde County Judge Bill Mitchell told The New York Times after being briefed by sheriff’s deputies.

But Mireles husband — school district cop Reuben Ruiz — was unable to save his wife and 20 other victims killed at Robb’s elementary school.

Ruiz was among the many law enforcement officials who responded to the school during this incident. attack.

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“She is in class and he outside. It’s terrible,” Mitchell told the Times. on Wednesday.

In Texas, district judges are the executive and senior officers of the district. official.

Mitchell said no know the exact words exchanged between the teacher and the school district police officer. But the underlying message was devastating.

“He outside when he heard his wife: “I dying’, Mitchell told the Times.

He said he didn’t know did Ruiz pass on the details of his phone call with his wife Arredondo, who was the incident commander at the time of the massacre.

director of Department of Texas of Public Security said the incident commander believed the scene was no longer there. active a shooter situation, but a scenario of a barricaded man. Is not clear Why.

Uwalde School District Police Chief sworn in in as city council member a week after the mass shootingUwalde School District Police Chief sworn in in as city council member a week after the mass shooting
Established law enforcement policycreated in commemoration of Shooting at Columbine High School of 1999 calls for police to stop the shooter like fast as possible in en active shooter situation.

Exclusive to CNN on On Wednesday, Arredondo said he won’t release any more information while the funeral continues.

“We will respect familysaid Arredondo. who was sworn in in how new city board member Tuesday.

“We’ll make it eventually,” the district police chief said. “Whenever it’s done and the families stop grieving, we’ll obviously do it.”

“It was an honor for me” spend final moments with a heroic teacher

In that small city, everyone knows someone who was deeply affected by the massacre.

After Border Patrol agents eventually broke into the classrooms and killed the 18-year-old shooter, a Texas DPS soldier saw the carnage and found seriously injured friend.
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It was Mireles – the teacher who told her husband She was dying.

“It was an honor for me spend in last moment with Eve like her left this earth to move on to more place”said DPS officer Juan Maldonado, CNN affiliate, KSAT.

Maldonado met Mireles and her husband years ago when their daughters joined the same football teamKCAT informs.

“She was protective of her students,” Maldonado said. “She’s a hero to everyone and she’s a hero to family and in Uvalda.

Mireles funeral scheduled for Friday.

funeral services for another teacher killed, Irma Garcia, and her husband, Joe Garcia, took place Wednesday. Joe Garcia died of heart attack two days after his wife was shot down. pair family attributed it death to a broken heart.

Where is the investigation now?

Local, state, and federal investigators will be investigating the still-finding details. of massacre to try to understand what happened so horribly wrong.

The Texas Rangers are now investigating a mass tragedy. Once the agency completes its investigation, Uwalde County District Attorney Christina Busby said she review report and determine how continue.

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“Rangers will complete their investigation. I will review this and then we will see if there are any criminal allegations that need should be delivered,” Busby said.

At the same time, the US Department of Justice stated that review law enforcement response to deadly frenzy.

review seeks to “provide an independent account of law enforcement actions and responses that day, and to identify lessons learned and best practices help first defendants are preparing for and answer active shooter events”, – said the representative of the Ministry of Justice.

While the studies are not yet complete, some views are abundantly clear, said Thor Eales, executive director of National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA).

He said that the incident commander’s belief that the shooter was no more active and decision so as not to immediately burst into the classroom, were “100% spoiled.”

“If you are in Class with innocent victims and I know that shots rang out, I need to hire you,” Ells said. — Even if you stop firing, I’m going to enter the room so we can begin provide life-saving assistance to any potential victims.”

CNN’s Rebecca Riess, Mark Morales, Aaron Cooper, Shimon Prokupets, Aya Elamrussi, Virginia Langmaid and Ashley Killow contributed to this report.


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