CASPER, Wyo. (AP) -- Authorities say a man involved in an attack at a community college and at another location in central Wyoming that left three people dead, including himself, used a bow-and-arrow in one of the slayings and was the son of one of the victims.
Casper Police Chief Chris Walsh said Saturday that 25-year-old Christopher Krumm, of Vernon, Conn., first stabbed 42-year-old Heidi Arnold about two miles southwest of Casper College on Friday morning.
Krumm then went to the college and shot his father, 56-year-old computer science instructor James Krumm, in the head with the bow-and-arrow in front of a group of students before stabbing himself with a large knife.
Walsh says the younger Krumm smuggled the weapon into the classroom under a blanket.
Origianl Story: By MEAD GRUVER / Associated Press
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) -- Authorities say a murder-suicide at a central Wyoming community college happened in a classroom while class was in session.
Casper Police Chief Walsh says a man wielding a sharp-edged weapon killed one person in a Casper neighborhood Friday morning before going to the nearby Casper College campus. The man entered a classroom in a science building and killed a teacher, then himself, in front of students.
The other victim was found in a street about 2 miles away.
Police say the suspect used a sharp-edged weapon in at least one of the attacks, and no guns were involved.
Walsh says the suspect wasn't believed to be a Casper College student but he did know the victims. The police chief released no names but said the victims were a male and a female.