Later, Downing would find out from the other aide that Anderson tried to fire on other targets after Smith. The audio recordings were released on Friday by the San Bernardino Police Department. Without saying a word, he shot and killed his wife. "One of our teachers got shot in the classroom". We understand why Smith recently left Anderson and was planning to divorce him. "Well, it makes a happy marriage". Several hundred people attended the memorial service for Smith after her estranged husband Cedric Anderson entered North Park Elementary, killing Smith, eight-year-old student Jonathan Martinez and wounding nine-year-old student Nolan Brandy on April 10 in San Bernardino.
It was a hard week for staff as well as families and the community, but they were determined to move forward, she said.
Smith's mother, Irma Sykes, said her daughter was surprised to discover a "dark side" to Anderson, who she knew as a pastor and a gentleman.
"There was absolutely no reaction time because it was right away", she told CBS Los Angeles Thursday. "He had other motives", Sykes said. She broke up with him and he came out with a different personality.More news: How does Bill O'Reilly still have a job?
Soon, Smith made a decision to leave Anderson. She did not elaborate further.
"She had a heart of gold and would go above and beyond for anyone in need", Smith's friend Christine Gutierrez said.
At Cholbi's school, students created more than 1,000 paper cranes, a symbol of hope, to donate to North Park. Anderson shot and killed himself in the classroom before police arrived.
Jonathan Martinez, 8, later died from his injuries.More news: United CEO says David Dao debacle was 'a watershed moment'
This Tuesday, April 11, 2017 photo shows the entrance to North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, Calif., following the shooting death of a teacher and a student on Monday. School officials will also bar visitors from venturing beyond the main office.
The news conference was held at Option House, which has helped victims of domestic abuse in San Bernardino for more than 40 years, said Heather Stevning, the nonprofit's executive director.
Once a major rail hub and citrus producer, the city of 216,000 people filed for bankruptcy in 2012 after struggling to pay its employees despite steep cuts to the budget. With one in three women and one in four men experiencing some type of intimate partner violence in their lifetime, the workplace presents a critical opportunity to provide awareness, education, support, and resources to stop the violence. "And today is the day for that", Bishop Gerald R. Barnes told the gathering.
"We have been advised that a high [ly] visible presence could trigger some of the children to be afraid", she continues, "so it will be a very low-key, but a good, police presence". "We as a community are and remain SB strong".More news: Seattle Mariners vs. Miami Marlins
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