BELTON, Texas (KWTX/Grey News) – A high faculty university student in Texas admitted to detectives he stabbed and killed his classmate within a school rest room, in accordance to an arrest affidavit.
The affidavit displays Caysen Tyler Allison, 18, waived his legal rights versus self-incrimination and admitted to killing Jose Luis Ramirez Jr., 18.
The stabbing transpired Tuesday at Belton Substantial University, about 70 miles northeast of Austin. Belton law enforcement arrived at the school and stated they located Ramirez with “large puncture wounds to his chest.”
Ramirez was transported to the healthcare facility in important affliction where he was later on pronounced useless. At the medical center, officers mentioned they discovered Ramirez sustained “multiple stab and slashes injuries together his chest, again, legs and arm.”
Witnesses at the scene recognized the pupil who stabbed Ramirez as Allison, who allegedly fled from the campus.
The affidavit states police also acquired online video that exhibits Allison brandishing a knife and stabbing Ramirez throughout a battle in the faculty toilet.
“Allison was afterwards arrested and transported to the Belton Law enforcement Division exactly where he presented police with a sworn statement he provided just after staying informed of his legal rights and waiving them,” the affidavit states.
In the assertion to law enforcement, Allison allegedly admitted he “stabbed Ramirez Jr. when in the course of a struggle in between them.”
Police have been able to get a search warrant to research Allison’s property wherever they said they recovered a “folding knife lined in what they suspected was blood.”
Allison was booked into the Bell County Jail on a $1 million bond.
A GoFundMe website page has been created to assist Ramirez’s family deal with his funeral costs.
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