Oakland Police have now admitted that the intended target at the Oakland school earlier this week was a financial administrator, who has remained unnamed. The suspect, One Goh, is reported to have demanded his tuition back after he left the school in November of 2011. On repeated occasions Goh appeared at the small private university asking for a return of money. Earlier reports indicated that Goh was motivated by harassment he received in the form of teasing from other students. It is still unclear whether the teasing aspect of the story is even true.
Authorities believe that Goh entered the school grounds on Monday looking for the unnamed administrator. However, he found a receptionist, Katleen Ping, who he marched into a classroom and began shooting his .45 caliber pistol. Seven were killed, including Ping, and three other injured. Investigators said Goh brought four magazines with him.
Further reports indicate that Goh was known to have a temper and exhibited violent behavior in the past. It is unclear whether Goh voluntarily left the school or was dismissed.
Defendant Goh now faces life in prison or the death penalty.
Source: Mercury News