Paul Anthony Ciancia
Paul Ciancia, accused of a deadly shooting spree at Los Angeles International Airport, will be moved from the San Bernardino jail medical facility to federal lockup in downtown Los Angeles within the next few weeks, prosecutors said at a hearing Monday.
A federal grand jury returned an 11-count indictment Tuesday charging LAX shooting suspect Paul Anthony Ciancia with first-degree murder in the death of a Transportation Security Administration officer.
The 23-year-old Sun Valley man suspected in the shooting spree at Los Angeles International Airport made his first court appearance Wednesday.
The 23-year-old man suspected in a deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport was released from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, officials said Tuesday.
Transportation Security Administration officers at airports across the country Friday took a moment of silence in memory of a security agent who was fatally shot at Los Angeles International Airport.
The people wounded in Friday’s shooting rampage at LAX continue to recuperate, according to officials.
The 23-year-old alleged gunman charged in a deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport reportedly told authorities as he was arrested that he acted alone and had been dropped off at the airport by a friend.
Operations at Los Angeles International Airport resumed Sunday, two days after Friday’s deadly rampage claimed a TSA officer’s life and left five others wounded, including the alleged gunman.
“…he fired multiple rounds at point-blank range at a TSA officer who was on duty and in uniform. Ciancia began to walk up an escalator, looked back, saw [the officer] appear to move, and returned to shoot the wounded officer again.”
A suspect was in custody Friday following a shooting at Terminal 3 at LAX, CBS News Correspondent John Miller reported.
Officials have identified the gunman they say opened fire and took deadly aim at TSA agents at LAX Friday.
Passengers at LAX Terminal #3 Friday were going to different places but all of them could meet at one place — fear.
LAX is slowly returning to normalcy Friday evening after a deadly rampage occurred at Terminal #3 in the a.m.