DENTON (CBS11) – The Tarrant County Medical Examiner ordered a toxicology report be done on the University of North Texas student killed Sunday by a campus police officer.
Ryan McMillan, 21, was shot multiple times at the corner of Fry and Oak St, just off of campus, after school officials say McMillan “advanced” towards the officer with an ax in his hand.
The UNT police officer was responding to reports in the area of cars windows being smashed by a person with an ax.
Larissa Kosier’s Mustang was one of at least ten in a nearby private apartment parking garage that were damaged that night.
“When I was walking to the garage I saw ax marks on the wall,” she said. ”I knew then something was bad.”
Every window of her Mustang was smashed along with body damage that she says appears to be the result of an ax.
Kosier, a senior at UNT, said she didn’t know McMillan or had ever seen him around her apartment complex.
She said she wonders why he targeted her car.
“I’m confused and heartbroken about the whole thing,” she said.
Monday UNT police turned over all of its evidence to the Texas Rangers who will now be handling the case.
The UNT police officer has been placed on administrative duty. The University, as of Monday, had not yet released his name.
McMillan graduated high school from Arlington Heights High School in Fort Worth. He had just completed his first semester at UNT after two years at Weatherford College.
McMillan turned 21-years-old on Saturday.
On Wednesday several of the bars along Fry Street plan to meet to discuss Sunday’s incident. The shooting took place less than a block from where many of the bars are located.
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