The gunman who killed four people and wounded at least 10 others, including two children, in Northern California Tuesday tried to access rooms at an elementary school to shoot more kids as part of a “bizarre and murderous rampage,” police said at a press conference Tuesday night. The shooter was killed by police after he opened fire at multiple “random” locations near Rancho Tehama Elementary School in

Corning early Tuesday. School officials heard shots being fired about a quarter-mile away and the school went into lockdown mode, Johnston said. He added the incident “could have been much worse if it wasn’t for the quick thinking” of the school’s staff, who put the school in immediate lockdown mode without instruction from police. READ MORE