An official says toxicology tests on the Newtown school shooter’s body did not turn up any alcohol, illegal drugs or prescription medication.
The National Rifle Association is stepping up its lobbying efforts in Connecticut since the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, helping to bus gun rights supporters to the state Capitol as legislative leaders try to craft a bipartisan response to the massacre.
The father of the gunman who killed 26 people in a Connecticut school shooting has claimed his son’s body.
When people here speak of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, they use the number 26: the ones killed after Adam Lanza blasted his way into the school.
As a teenager, Adam Lanza would come in for a haircut about every six weeks without speaking or looking at anyone and always accompanied by his mother, said stylists at a salon in the town where Lanza gunned down 27 people last week, including his mother, before killing himself.
Connecticut’s governor says the elementary school gunman committed suicide when he heard first responders coming.
A law enforcement official says that the Connecticut school shooter brought three guns into the elementary school where he killed 26 children and adults and that the weapons were registered to his slain mother.