"I was beginning to think I was never going to get that phone call," Lora, 27, told NBC News.
But at midnight on April 20, the phone rang at her home in Colorado. I was so relieved that my dad was finally going to get justice." Then, three weeks later, another stunning development: the suspect in her father's death, 23-year-old Aaron Saucedo, was also charged with a string of shootings that left eight other people dead.
They found a gun that he had pawned in September 2015 and matched it to evidence from the murder of Romero, 61, who was gunned down outside his home but had not been included in the pattern identified by police.
fatally shot 20 children between six and seven years old, as well as six adult staff members.
The 26-year-old police woman is fighting for her life after being shot in the head at the Munich station Police were called and when the suspect got off at the suburban Unterfoehring station, two officers began questioning him.
By last month, Lora Romero had almost given up hope that Phoenix police would ever find the gunman who murdered her father, Raul, in August 2015.
The school's security protocols had recently been upgraded, requiring visitors to be individually admitted after visual and identification review by video monitor. Hochsprung, Sherlach, and lead teacher Natalie Hammond went into the hall to determine the source of the sounds and encountered Lanza.The suspect is in custody at a secure psychiatric unit and has since been charged with attempted murder.Munich police chief Hubertus Andrae said that the suspect flew to Munich airport from Athens on Monday and spent the night in the airport.Bischof is accused of shooting a 26-year-old policewoman in the head after stealing her colleague's gun at the Unterföhring station on the outskirts of Munich on Tuesday.Despite family members saying that Bischof was the shooter, police have not confirmed the identity of the attacker in the assault, which left two bystanders also injured.