Man charged in University of Texas stabbings said he didn't remember attack


"But through time, you never what people go through".

Neither rumor was true.

White was suffering from mental health troubles, authorities say.

"It is an incredibly hard time for them - unimaginable", he said.

No further threat to campus safety were reported, the University of Austin Police Department said via Twitter. But the university police said the building was not under lockdown and is open. Their focus, at that point, was on arresting the suspect and getting treatment to the victims.

Monday's attack comes about a year after the slaying of 18-year-old student Haruka Weiser.

"I just want to say thank you to everybody for all the thoughts and prayers", he said. White was enrolled at the Austin campus.

"There was a lot of misinformation being put out on social media", Brian Manley said on Tuesday.

Darrell Franklin has additional information on what lead to Monday's attack after we obtained his arrest affidavit.

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White has been booked an a count of murder and is expected to be officially charged later Tuesday, according to Austin Police.

Some of White's former classmates at Killeen High School, near the gates of the Fort Hood Army post in Central Texas, had similar recollections. He said officers arrived at 1:48 p.m. Her body was found in a creek on the sprawling campus.

A lady Austin police Jennifer Herber said that a suspicious now in custody. Students plan a community gathering at the campus to celebrate the young student's life.

On Tuesday, Graham Independent School District released a public statement via Facebook saying: "The news of Harrison Brown's (GHS Class of 2016) passing is heartbreaking".

Carter had used a "Bowie-style" hunting knife in the stabbings, which occurred within a one-block area as White "calmly walked around the plaza".

Brown's family says he was passionate about being a Longhorn and music.

Interim Dallas Police Chief David Pughes said police were still interviewing neighbors and witnesses late Monday, but he said officers on the scene were told "it was just a simple dispute between two neighbors that escalated into a shooting".

The stabbing victims were one Asian male and three other white males.

That's when police believe White stabbed Brown. Since then, the university has made extensive security upgrades on the campus. "The words and ideas on these fliers are deeply offensive and we are working to completely remove them", he wrote. "They are asking: How can this happen again and will it happen again? I'm hurt and I'm angry that our campus has seen these tragedies with two of our students". However, he did notice something unusual in his behavior as he missed an entire month of Spanish class.