Colorado shooting suspect in court, more charges planned

Two police departments have placed the names of the victims of the Boulder Colorado King Soopers shooting on their vehicles

Police in Boulder, Colorado, are paying tribute to 10 people who lost their lives in last week's shooting at a grocery store in the city.

According to the arrest affidavit, the suspect allegedly shot at people in cars in the grocery store's parking lot before going into King Soopers and continuing to fire his weapon. He has yet to enter pleas to the charges he faces, which include 10 counts of murder. He is being held without bail.

"Like the rest of the community, we, too, want to know why, why that King Soopers, why Boulder, why Monday? And unfortunately at this time, we still don't have those answers".

Police say Alissa purchased an AR-556 firearm six days before the shooting.

Officials revealed that Alissa also had another firearm in his possession at the time of the shooting that he did not use - a 9mm handgun.

"We are absolutely shocked by what happened and our hearts are broken for the victims and families that are left behind", said John Mark Eagleton, owner of the Eagles Nest Armory in Arvada, the Denver suburb where Alissa lived.

The decal is seen on this police vehicle

Asked whether authorities suspected any link to global terrorism, the DA said investigators were looking into all aspects of Alissa's background.

10 people, including a police officer, were killed.

On March 22, police received reports of an active shooter at King Soopers located at 3600 Table Mesa Drive around 2:30 p.m. local time, the Boulder Police Department Commander Kerry Yamaguchi said in a previous press conference. "Ensuring every sale that occurs at our shop is lawful, has always been and will always remain the highest priority for our business", Eagleton wrote.

Officials said they were still probing any potential links to terrorism, and declined to comment on whether a high-capacity magazine was used in the shooting.

Alissa's brother has said the suspect suffered from paranoia, and his lawyer on Thursday asked in court that he be given a mental health examination.

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