17-year-old accused in Texas school shooting indicted on charge of capital murder
GALVESTON, TX - Galveston Court records show that the 17-year-old, Dimitrios Pagourtzis accused of shooting and killing fellow students at Santa Fe High High School this spring was indicted on a charge of capital murder of multiple persons Thursday morning.
Documents state Dimitrios Pagourtzis "intentionally or knowingly" caused the deaths of Jared Black, Shana Fisher, Christian Riley Garcia, Aaron Kyle McLeod, Glenda Ann Perkins, Angelique Ramirez, Sabika Sheikh, Christopher Stone, Cynthia Tisdale and Kimberly Vaughan "by shooting them with a firearm." All murders were committed were during same criminal incident.
The grand jury indictment was filed at 10:55 a.m. Thursday, nearly three months after the school shooting. Pagourtzis is now being held without bond.
Pagourtzis additionally faces a charge of aggravated assault on a public servant. He is accused of shooting and injuring John Barnes, a Santa Fe Independent School District police officer.