Paul Anthony Ciancia
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.