RIESEL, TEXAS: A Texas teacher was accused of shooting his teenage son for no apparent reason. In the terrible incident that occurred on the morning of November 9, Sarah Elizabeth suddenly shot her multiple times while taking her 17-year-old son Garrett Hunt to school. According to reports, he is being held in McLeanna County Prison with a $ 500,000 bond.
Police investigation is underway to determine the reason behind the brutal murder. McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara told KWTX, “We don’t have a reason right now. We don’t know what happened. We don’t know what caused this. This is a big mystery, and this is what we’re trying to determine why it happened. ”
Sarah Elizabeth Hunt, 39, works as a fifth grade social studies teacher in the Waco Independent School District. According to the sworn testimony, he had taken Garrett from a camper where he was staying with his father on the day he was shot and had to take him to school. He also says that there is no other person in the vehicle except the accused and the victim. We just don’t know at this point. It’s a very sad, tragic situation, I don’t know how else to describe it. We’re going to work overtime to fix this problem, ”added McNamara.
He reportedly met two people in Riesel Square after he was shot and desperately sought their help, saying that his son was “in heaven with his mother”. He also said, “What have I done … it’s not real. And when asked what really happened, he said sobbingly, “I didn’t want to do this, I didn’t want to.” Hunt’s vehicle was spotted by a passerby. Riesel warned the police and brought Hunt’s white minivan to 1270 East Frederick St. Notified just before 8 am on the roadside near the Lions Club facility at. With Garrett’s body with multiple gunshot wounds.
In the sworn statement, “When law enforcement officials found the vehicle, all doors were closed, windows were wrapped and the vehicle was running,” he said. According to sources, Hunt’s son Riesel was not enrolled in school, but may be on his first day. Hunt has been on the run since the shooting, and Waco ISD Inspector Brandon Cope wrote in an email: “We’re working with Riesel PD on this, and the person in question didn’t start school here. We will cooperate fully in the investigation. Our thoughts and prayers are communicated to all involved. ”
Tipsy Lion Bar and Grill has set up a donation bucket for Garrett’s funeral expenses. It is described as their “last former employee”. “Garrett was a versatile teenager,” he posted on Facebook. Very respectful and hardworking. Those who know him are very upset with his sudden loss. You can find donation buckets set up at Fillin Station and The Tipsy Lion. Any piece helps. “