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Texas Tech student told police he 'f----d up' Following Arrest
Photo: Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
Texas Tech student, Hollis Daniels, stands accused of fatally shooting a university police officer. According to an arrest warrant obtained by mySA.com "he was the one that shot their friend" and later said he "f----d up" and did "something illogical."
The 19-year-old from Seguin was first arrested Monday evening on a drug possession charge when campus police responded to his room for a welfare check and reportedly found drugs and drug paraphernalia inside.
According to his arrest warrant affidavit, an officer began working on the booking paperwork at one of the station's computers with his back turned to Hollis, who was not handcuffed at the time.
There was one other police officer in the room, a corporal, but he left the room while the paperwork was being handled.
A short time later the corporal "heard a bang from the briefing room," upon walking back in, he saw the officer suffering from a gunshot wound and Hollis nowhere to be found .
Hollis was charged with capital murder and booked into the Lubbock County Jail and bail has been set at $5 million.