UCSB Rampage Killer Amassed His Arsenal All Over The Southland
OXNARD (CBSLA.com) — Authorities say UCSB gunman Elliot Rodger amassed a small arsenal of weaponry from stores around the Southland.
Officials said Rodger had three semi-automatic hand guns and 400 rounds of ammo.
Investigators said he purchased one of the handguns in Goleta, one in Burbank and a third in Oxnard.
A source confirmed to CBS2’s Cristy Fajardo Sunday that the Burbank weapon was bought at Gun World.
The Sheriff of San Bernardino County stresses that all of Rodger’s gun purchases were made legally.
A warrant was served on the Burbank shop and investigators are going through records as part of their investigation, Fajardo reported.
Meanwhile, investigators also went to the homes of Rodger’s parents.
Officials removed boxes of material from Rodger’s father’s Woodland Hills home. They did not say what was removed.
The guns, along with the 400 rounds of ammunition, were found in Roger’s car.
One was a Glock 34 Longslide, the other two were Sig Sauers, Fajardo reported.
In his rambling manifesto, Rodger said he needed three guns “in case one jams.” He said he planned on killing himself with two simultaneous shots to the head.