Texas Tech University freshman, 19, is arrested after ‘pulling a gun and shooting dead cop at campus police HQ after being arrested following dorm drugs bust’

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
By Paul Martin

Hollis A. Daniels pulled the gun on the officer and shot him in the head, cops say
The 19-year-old from Seguin was in the station for a ‘debriefing’
Earlier in the evening, cops searched his dorm room and found drugs
After entering the headquarters, Daniels allegedly opened fire, killing the officer
He then fled the station on foot, prompting a massive SWAT search operation
Daniels was captured and taken into custody near the campus two hours later

10 October 2017

A Texas Tech University freshman has allegedly shot and killed a police officer on campus.

Student Hollis A. Daniels pulled the gun on the officer in the police headquarters in Lubbock at 7.45pm Monday night and shot him in the head, cops say.

The 19-year-old from Seguin was taken to the station for a ‘debriefing’ after campus cops searched his dorm room and found drugs.

As they entered the headquarters, Daniels is said to have opened fire, killing the officer.

He then ran away from the scene on foot.

The campus was placed on lockdown while SWAT tried to track down Daniels. He was arrested less than two hours later and taken into custody.

University spokesman Chris Cook says campus police found drugs in Daniels’ dorm.

They then brought him back to police headquarters for a ‘standard debriefing’.

Then, he allegedly pulled out a gun and shot the cop in the head, killing him, according to KCBD.

Online records suggest Daniels had been in contact with police on campus before and had been arrested for drug possession.

His Facebook profile, which is under a different name, says he is studying Communications Arts at Texas Tech.
His father is a former city councilman and his family owns a chain of movie theaters.

Daniels’ Instagram bio read: ‘May the best of your today be the worst of your tomorrow, but we aint even thinkin that far ahead.’

On June 16, he wrote: ‘Why God, why God do I gotta suffer?’

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