Officials gather at Louisiana Schnell School where the principal was shot by the school custodian.
Sam LaCara, the principal at Louisiana Schnell Elementary School in Placerville, was shot to death today in his office on campus.
LaCara, 50, died at Marshall Hospital from a single gunshot wound, the police chief said.
The suspected shooter has been identified as John Luebbers, 43, a custodian at the school. 
Luebbers was taken into custody at his home by El Dorado County sheriff's deputies. The police chief said he did not believe Luebbers had a previous criminal record.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
Officials gather at Louisiana Schnell School where the principal was shot by the school custodian. Sam LaCara, the principal at Louisiana Schnell Elementary School in Placerville, was shot to death today in his office on campus. LaCara, 50, died at Marshall Hospital from a single gunshot wound, the police chief said. The suspected shooter has been identified as John Luebbers, 43, a custodian at the school. Luebbers was taken into custody at his home by El Dorado County sheriff's deputies. The police chief said he did not believe Luebbers had a previous criminal record. Wednesday, February 2, 2011. rpench@sacbee.com
Officials gather at Louisiana Schnell School where the principal was shot by the school custodian. Sam LaCara, the principal at Louisiana Schnell Elementary School in Placerville, was shot to death today in his office on campus. LaCara, 50, died at Marshall Hospital from a single gunshot wound, the police chief said. The suspected shooter has been identified as John Luebbers, 43, a custodian at the school. Luebbers was taken into custody at his home by El Dorado County sheriff's deputies. The police chief said he did not believe Luebbers had a previous criminal record. Wednesday, February 2, 2011. rpench@sacbee.com

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