(Sutherland Springs) -- The in-laws of the man who shot up a South Texas church live in the same town. Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt says Devin Patrick Kelley's in-laws are residents of Sutherland Springs, although he didn't say if they went to First Baptist. Tackitt also says Kelley shot himself to death after being shot by a civilian. A possible motive is still being investigated.
President Trump says the Texas mass shooting is not "a guns situation." Trump said during a news conference in Tokyo today that the heavily armed ex-Air Force member who killed 26 people at a small church near San Antonio was a deranged man. Trump said the gunman should have received treatment.
Two Texas men are being credited with chasing the suspect in Sunday's deadly church shooting as he fled the scene. Johnnie Langendorff says he saw two men shooting at each other near First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. One of them, identified as Devin Kelley, drove away. The other man came to Langendorff's car and said they had to follow him because he had just shot up the church. The two chased Kelley down a local road until he lost control and ran off the roadway. Langendorff says his companion jumped out of the car and aimed a rifle at Kelley. They led police to Kelley, who was found dead in his car of a gunshot wound.