SANTA CLARITA (CBSLA) — Federal agents and Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators have converged on a home in Santa Clarita believed be where the suspected Saugus High School shooter lived with his family.
The area around Sycamore Creek and Mulberry Glen drives has not been shut down, but neighbors say they have seen all manner of law enforcement driving up and down the street Thursday morning, after the shooting at Saugus High School.READ MORE: Details Emerge From Prosecutors on Killing Of 6-Year-Old, Aiden Leos, On Orange County Freeway
Two students were killed in the shooting. The suspect, a 16-year-old Asian boy, is in custody but is being treated at a hospital after shooting himself in the head. He is in grave condition.READ MORE: Cal/OSHA To Make Highly-Anticipated Decision On Masks In Workplace Thursday
The neighborhood is about a mile and a half away from Saugus High School.MORE NEWS: Family Continues Search For Keion Dade, Man Who Went Overboard Catalina Express Near Long Beach
Agents from the FBI and ATF, along with investigators from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, were spotted at the home, awaiting a search warrant outside.