Texas High School Shooter Released From Jail on Bond

Timothy George Simpkins

Timothy George Simpkins, 18, shot and injured four people at Timberview High School in Arlington on Wednesday morning.

On Wednesday, three students and an adult sustained injuries after a brawl between students.

The school treated one patient and the three other patients were transported to the hospital.

Simpkins was taken into custody by police Wednesday afternoon, after he ran from the area. He was charged with three counts each of aggravated attack with a weapon.

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Simpkins was released on Thursday from jail and placed under $75,000 bail.

WFAA reported:

Simpkins was released from Tarrant County Jail Thursday morning on bond that was at $75,000.

According to Tarrant County Magistrate Judge Brooke Panuthos, the bond contained several conditions, including drug and alcohol testing and GPS monitoring.

A Thursday morning arrest affidavit provides more information about the events leading to the shooting. Witness accounts describe to police the alleged brawl between the suspect shooter and witness.

Two of the victims remained at the hospital on Thursday morning. One is in critical condition while the other is listed as being in stable condition. Other two victims weren’t in hospital.