Investigators have confirmed that a former special education teacher accused of killing four people in a pair of shootings used a grenade in one of the attacks, police said. Erbie Bowser, 44, has been charged with capital murder.
The former special education teacher accused of fatally shooting four women and injuring four children is facing additional charges filed by Desoto Police.
The man accused in the brutal murders of four people last week is waking up on Monday behind bars. Erbie Bowswer was booked into the Lew Sterrett Jail over the weekend.
Hundreds attended a vigil at Duncanville High School for 17 year old Tasmia Allen, who was shot and killed Wednesday along with her mother, Toya Smith.
Hundreds of people gathered in front of the home of two of the four victims of last week’s shooting rampage for a candlelight vigil.
Friends and family members described him as a “gentle giant,” but according to court documents Erbie Bowser had a violent history.
Within a matter of moments, 22-year-old Tasmin Smith lost his mother and his sister.
More charges have been filed against the suspect accused of killing four people and injuring four others in two shootings in Dallas and DeSoto.
Erbie Bowser remains in custody at Parkland Hospital in Dallas. He is the suspect in a shooting spree in Dallas and DeSoto, where four people were killed and four others were wounded.
An army veteran, who also worked as a special education teacher and once performed as a Dallas Maverick ManiAAC, will be charged with four counts of capital murder, according to law enforcement officials from the Dallas and DeSoto Police Departments.