Dimitrios Pagourtzis, Texas school shooting suspect, indicted on capital murder charge: report

The teen accused of fatally shooting multiple people at a Texas high school in May was reportedly indicted by a grand jury Thursday on a capital murder charge.

Dimitrios Pagourtzis, 17, who allegedly opened fire inside Santa Fe High School on May 18, “intentionally or knowingly” killed 10 people “by shooting them with a firearm,” Galveston court documents said, according to Fox 26.

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In addition to those killed, several people were hurt in the shooting, which Texas Gov. Greg Abbott at the time described as “the worst disaster to ever strike this community.”

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Among the deceased were two teachers and a foreign exchange student.

Authorities apprehended Pagourtzis after the shooting and he was charged with capital murder of multiple persons and aggravated assault against a public servant, according to a probable cause affidavit and complaint filed at the time.

He allegedly used a shotgun and a .38 revolver in the attack, Abbott said.

Fox News’ Matt Richardson and Madeline Farber contributed to this report.