Here's a bit more information that might be of relevance from another source:
"They are reasonably certain that the one and only suspect is in custody, but they told us they can't be 100 percent certain there is not a second
suspect," [the Casper police chief] said.
Read more: www.wjla.com...
In the same source, this was included:
Political science instructor Chris Henrichsen said he was showing the film "Frost/Nixon" to his Wyoming and U.S. government class when he stepped
into the hall to get something for a student and was told a homicide had occurred on campus.
He went back to his classroom, where students were getting messages about the campus lockdown on their phones.
"We locked the door and waited for further instruction," Henrichsen said
I find it odd that they would include information about the name of the film a political science instructor was showing his class even though it seems
to have no direct bearing on the shooting at all. Why was this information included in the article? Perhaps simply because there is so little else to
say and the writer wanted to pad out his article. But it strikes me as a strange thing to include when its (seemingly) irrelvant to the main issue.
And here is a vid where they mention a "stabbing", although the video is confusingly titled "shooting."
Was it a stabbing or a shooting?
edit on 11/30/2012 by silent thunder because: (no reason given)