Salvador Ramos moved out of mother’s home due to fight over WiFi months before shooting at Robb Elementary

Salvador Ramos moved out of mother’s home due to fight over WiFi months before shooting at Robb Elementary

May 26, 2022 by New York Daily News

Key Facts

  • An explosive fight about WiFi between Salvador Ramos and his mother culminated with him moving out and in with his grandmother, who was shot minutes before the massacre, allegedly carried out by her grandson at Robb Elementary School.
  • Juan Alvarez, who has been in a relationship with Ramos’ mother, Adriana Reyes, for about year, told NBC News the 18-year-old left the Uvalde home they all shared about two months ago.
  • Ramos spent his final weeks living with his grandparents, ticking off the days until his 18th birthday on May 16, the first time he would be legally allowed to purchase firearms in the state of Texas.
  • His grandfather, Rolando Reyes, said he was totally unaware Ramos had purchased any weaponry, realizing the grim reality only when his grandson was identified as the suspected gunman behind the school shooting.

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