The man who shot and killed 17 people at Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day faces new charges after he allegedly assaulted an officer. A report by CBS 12 says he faces at least three new charges.
Nikolas Cruz, 20, is serving time for the massacre he committed back in February, where he killed 17 people in a school shooting. He's now facing three new charges per a report by CBS 12. He's facing charges of "aggravated assault on an officer, battery on an officer, and the use of electric or chemical weapon against a law enforcement officer, according to the Broward County Sheriff's Office."
#BREAKING Parkland shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz facing 3 new charges this morning. Aggravated assault & battery on an officer, as well as— Miguel Fernandez (@miguelcbs4) November 14, 2018
use of a chemical or electrical weapon on an officer. Working to get more details @CBSMiami pic.twitter.com/hFwPtfcSD0
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