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Nikolas Cruz formally charged with 17 counts of murder

08 March 2018, 06:37 | Melissa Porter

Nikolas Cruz formally charged with 17 counts of murder

Nikolas Cruz formally charged with 17 counts of murder

The Senate voted 20-18 Monday for the bill that's a response to the February 14 school shootings in Parkland that left 17 people dead.

Lewis said it's unclear how Cruz managed to get into the safe where his guns were stored, since James Snead believed he was the only one to have the key.

The teenager is now being held in isolation at Broward County Sheriff's Office.

Overall, the 19-year-old faces 17 counts of first degree murder and 17 counts of attempted first degree murder.

The observations were reported by deputies at Broward County Jail between February 17 and 24. "Often sits with a blank stare, appears to be in thought". He also has had one "family visit". But according to reports from prison staff, Cruz appears "well-groomed" with a "quiet demeanor" and restless at night.

Two parents who lost children in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootings told reporters that all the families of Parkland victims want the legislation to succeed.

A student-athlete at the Florida high school where a gunman killed 17 people has committed to play football for a MA college because of the bond he formed with the college's coaches during the shooting.

Cruz was living with them in Parkland, Florida, when he carried out the attack.

Goodman says Nichols wasn't one of his top choices.

The Sneads previously said they allowed Cruz, who was friends with their son, to stay at their home following the recent death of his mother.

A Florida grand jury has formally charged Nikolas Cruz with 17 counts of murder in the mass shooting at a high school. Six days after Cruz was arrested for the shooting, he laughed during and after a professional visit and was observed smiling and giggling while speaking to his attorneys, according to the observations.

The panel heard testimony from multiple witnesses before voting on the indictment.

Earlier on Wednesday, details of his life behind jail emerged in logs kept by the guards who are monitoring him at Broward County Jail.

The Sun Sentinel reported a second student injured in the shooting has filed a letter of intent to sue the Broward Sheriff's Office, the school system and others.

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