FL Police Called to Mass Murderer Nikolas Cruz’s Home More than 30 Times
Florida police reportedly were called to Nikolas Cruz’s home more than 35 times.
At least one time police were called because Nikolas was fighting with his mother.
Obviously, this did not spark any interest from FBI investigators.
Local police made 36 trips to the house of the Florida mass murderer over a six-year period for erratic or violent behavior, Buzzfeed reported, citing dozens of police reports.
However, Nikolas Cruz, who confessed to the massacre of 17 students and adults at a high school in Parkland, Florida, was never arrested until Wednesday.
In September 2016, police responded to the home Cruz shared with his mother, Lynda, and brother, Zachary, because Nikolas had been fighting with his mom.
“He has been cutting his arms, his mother said, to get attention, as he learned it from an ex-girlfriend,” Buzzfeed quotes the police report. “He has mentioned in the past that he would like to purchase a firearm.”
However, a therapist from Henderson Mental Health, also at the home, deemed that Nikolas Cruz “no threat to anyone or himself at this present time” and everybody “left without incident,” Buzzfeed reports.