UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland, right, flanks Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke on Thursday as they discuss the attack carried out by Faisal Mohammad, 18 on the campus Nov. 4. Warnke confirmed Monday that authorities have turned over control of the criminal investigation of the incident to campus police and the FBI. A law enforcement official, who spoke to the Sun-Star on condition of anonymity, said the reason included questions about the manner in which Mohammad was dressed during the Nov. 4 attack and the types of websites he may have visited in the weeks and days before.
UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland, right, flanks Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke on Thursday as they discuss the attack carried out by Faisal Mohammad, 18 on the campus Nov. 4. Warnke confirmed Monday that authorities have turned over control of the criminal investigation of the incident to campus police and the FBI. A law enforcement official, who spoke to the Sun-Star on condition of anonymity, said the reason included questions about the manner in which Mohammad was dressed during the Nov. 4 attack and the types of websites he may have visited in the weeks and days before. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland, right, flanks Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke on Thursday as they discuss the attack carried out by Faisal Mohammad, 18 on the campus Nov. 4. Warnke confirmed Monday that authorities have turned over control of the criminal investigation of the incident to campus police and the FBI. A law enforcement official, who spoke to the Sun-Star on condition of anonymity, said the reason included questions about the manner in which Mohammad was dressed during the Nov. 4 attack and the types of websites he may have visited in the weeks and days before. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

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