Texas gunman left the house after arguing with his mother over Wi-Fi

Texas gunman left the house after arguing with his mother over Wi-Fi.

According to a friend of the gunman's mother, the teenager who opened fire at an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday, killing 19 children and two adults, was a loner who remained reclusive and avoided any talk.

Salvador Rolando Ramos's shooter opened fire indiscriminately at Robb Elementary School in Ovaldi, about 80 miles from San Antonio. Law enforcement sources said an off-duty agent with the US Customs and Border Protection tactical unit and two law enforcement officers were killed.

Juan Alvarez, 62, who has been in a relationship with Ramos' mother for about a year and lives with her, said Ramos had a turbulent relationship with his mother, often including quarrels.

Alvarez said Ramos left his mother's house two months ago to live with his grandmother after he fought with his mother after she cut off his Wi-Fi.

He added that Ramos would lock up and leave whenever he tried to start a conversation.

"He was kind of weird. I didn't get along with him. I never socialized with him. He said, 'He doesn't talk to anyone.'" "When you try to talk to him, he just sits there and walks away."

Alvarez said Ramos had been acting aloof for a while but was "shocked" to learn he was the gunman in Tuesday's mass shooting.

"What's wrong, man? It's too bad. I feel sorry for the children who died," Alvarez said.

Ramos's mother in San Antonio visits her mother, who was taken to hospital in critical condition after Ramos shot her before he went to school. Alvarez said she was expected to return to Ovaldi on Wednesday afternoon.

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