First memorial service held for Colorado shooting victim
Reports emerge of mysterious package
The first memorial service was held for a victim of the massacre as reports emerged of a suspicious package sent to a university the suspect in the Colorado Theater shooting once attended.
The University of Colorado Denver said Wednesday that the U.S. Postal Service delivered the package Monday, and it was immediately investigated and turned over to authorities within hours.
The University of Colorado, Denver confirms it received a suspicious package and turned it over to authorities. That’s the school movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes attended.
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It wouldn’t confirm its contents or whether it was sent by former neuroscience graduate student James Holmes. However multiple media outlets, citing unnamed sources, reported Holmes sent a notebook with drawings and descriptions of an attack.
It has been reported that the notebook was in a package addressed to a psychiatrist at the school. It was unclear if Holmes, 24, had had any previous contact with the person. The neuroscience program that he withdrew from on June 10 included professors of psychiatry.
Holmes is accused of opening fire on a theater showing the new Batman movie, killing 12 people and injuring 58. He is due to hear the charges against him at a court hearing scheduled Monday.