Friday, January 14, 2011

News Updates: 13 Surviving Victims ID's; Redacted 911 Calls

Posted By on Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 12:57 PM

The Pima County Sheriff's Department today released the names of the 13 people wounded, but not killed, in Saturday's rampage:

Susan Hileman, 58
Mavanell Stoddard, 75
Pamela Simon, 63
Ronald Barber, 65
Gabrielle Giffords, 40
James Tucker, 58
Kenneth Veeder, 75
George Morris, 76
James Fuller, 63
Randy Gardner, 60
Mary Reed, 52
Kenneth Dorushka, 63
Bill Badger, 74

More details on the arrest of Loughner:

While enroute to the shooting at the Safeway at Ina Road and Oracle Road, Sheriff’s Deputies were advised that the suspect was being restrained by bystanders. Deputy Thomas Audetat, the first deputy on scene, immediately took custody of the suspect, Jared Loughner, and placed him in handcuffs. While securing Loughner, the following items were removed from Loughner’s pockets: two 15 round magazines, a four inch buck knife, a plastic bag containing currency, a Visa card and Loughner’s Arizona driver’s license. During this time, Deputy Georgina Patino located Loughner’s weapon on the ground and secured it. Loughner was then transported to the Sheriff’s Department Foothills substation for further processing.

Here are four redacted 911 tapes released by the PCSD. Warning: Unpleasant.

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