Constable Brian Bachmann, Civilian Killed in Shooting Rampage by Thomas Caffall Near Texas A&M

 Constable Brian Bachmann, Civilian Killed in Shooting Rampage by Thomas Caffall Near Texas A&M

Constable Brian Bachmann, Civilian Killed in Shooting Rampage by Thomas Caffall Near Texas A&M

The gunman in the shooting rampage that left College Station Constable Brian Bachmann and a civilian dead, several others wounded, has been identified as Thomas Caffall, described as a “ticking timebomb” by neighbors. Thomas Caffall opened fire on Constable Brian Bachmann when he tried to served an eviction notice. Caffall was killed in the shooting rampage near the campus of Texas A&M University Monday.

According to Houston News:

Caffall opened fire in the 200 block of Fidelity in College Station shortly before 12:30 p.m., just as Brazos County Precinct 1 Constable Brian Bachmann was serving an eviction notice.

After Bachmann was shot, College Station police officers responded to the scene and one of them was shot.

Two other officers were hurt while responding to the scene, but they were not shot, police said.

Two civilians were also shot. One of them, 43-year-old Chris Northcliff, was killed.

A 55-year-old woman, who sources identified as Barbara Holdsworth, was in critical condition after undergoing surgery.

Thomas Caffall reportedly quit his job nine months ago and said he would never work for anyone again.  His Facebook page shows his fixation on guns and rifles. Rep. Joe Walsh said Muslims are harming Americans everyday. Um, no, domestic terrorists are doing that. We have had three white guys — James Holmes, Wade Michael Page and Thomas Caffall — in less than two months going on shooting rampages.

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 Constable Brian Bachmann, Civilian Killed in Shooting Rampage by Thomas Caffall Near Texas A&M
Janet Shan is a freelance journalist and managing editor of the Hinterland Gazette, who is working on her first novel, a mystery based in the hills on Montego Bay.