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Reports: Several killed, injured in Clovis library shooting
By J.R. Oppenheim | KOB4 News | August 28, 2017, 5:52PM


CLOVIS, N.M. -- A shooting at a southeast New Mexico public library left multiple people killed and injured, according to media reports.

NBC News reports two people died in the shooting at Clovis-Carver Public Library Monday afternoon. According to the Eastern New Mexico News, it happened around 4:40 p.m.

The Eastern New Mexico News also captured a photograph of a man being taken into police custody, but they have not confirmed at this time if the man is the suspect.

A news conference is expected at 8 p.m.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 5:17 pm 
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Follow-up to post above.

Pastor: New Mexico shooting suspect showed no warning signs
By Associate Press | YahooNews | August 29, 2017


CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) — The suspected teen gunman who opened fire inside an eastern New Mexico public library, killing two people and wounding four, appeared to be turning his life around, volunteering at church and never missing a service, the youth's pastor said Tuesday as the small rural city of Clovis struggled to understand the violence.

Living Word Church of God Pastor David Stevens said the teen had been troubled but started attending his church more than three months ago and gave no indication that anything was wrong. He said the teen, who was dating his daughter, had been searching for "inner peace" and making strides in his life.

Stevens found out that the teen was the suspect when his daughter rushed to the Clovis-Culver Public Library after receiving a text from a friend with a video of a person who looked like her boyfriend being led away in handcuffs by police.
After the girl arrived at the scene with her mother, they were led to authorities and interviewed by a detective who identified the boy as the suspected shooter and took her cellphone, looking for any messages between the teens that might help in the investigation, said the mother, Paula Stevens. The pastor said police found nothing.

Police had not identified the teen as of Tuesday because he is under age 18 and had not been charged, authorities said. But Clovis Police Chief Douglas Ford confirmed that the teen was the only suspect taken into custody.

David Stevens said the boy was on a two-day high school suspension because of a fight when the shooting happened. The shooting suspect had said he fought back after another boy hit him but there was nothing to indicate the suspect was overly upset about it, Stevens said.

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Follow-up to above Clovis NM Murders/posts: They weren't going to release the name of the suspect because he is only 16, but they have. Nathaniel Jouett's first court appearance was today and he will stay in juvenile detention because of suicidal notes found after the shooting. A grand jury begins hearing evidence next Friday. I'll keep watch and ask Rumpole to move to new thread if/when there is a trial.

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Teen accused of Clovis shooting waived Thursday court appearance
By KRQE News 13 | September 21, 2017


CLOVIS, N.M. (KRQE) – The teen accused of opening fire at the Carver Public Library in Clovis was expected in court Thursday for an arraignment.

Nathaniel Jouett, 16, waived his appearance, effectively entering a not guilty plea.

Earlier this month, a grand jury indicted Jouett as an adult for the shooting spree that left four people wounded and two library employees dead.

The grand jury has come back with 33 charges against Jouett.

Source: http://krqe.com/2017/09/21/teen-accused ... ppearance/


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