A student building monitor disarmed a gunman at Seattle Pacific University Thursday, subduing him with pepper spray as he tried to reload, police said, helping to end an attack that left one student dead and three others injured. Several other people jumped on top of the man and pinned him down until officers arrived, police said.
"There are a number of heroes in this," Assistant Police Chief Paul McDonagh said at a press conference. "The people around him (the gunman) stepped up." Authorities have identified the suspected gunman as Aaron R. Ybarra, 26. Ybarra has been booked in King County Jail on homicide charges, according to jail records. His bail has been denied. - Source
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