Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz: 911 records detail weeks before school shooting rampage

Students mourn during a candlelight vigil for victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida US

Florida Shooter's Family Friend Tried to Take Over Dead Mother's Estate One Day After Massacre

Property records show the ladies were neighbors who lived on the same block.

But for the first time, accused Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz explains the reason for his emotional outbursts, in his own words.

The information may provide more insight into the mind of the 19-year-old man charged with 17 counts of murder after he allegedly took his AR-15 to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, Rocxanne Deschamps filed a petition to become the administrator for the estate of Lynda Cruz, who died due to complications from pneumonia last November.

A series of 911 calls released Thursday details how Broward Sheriff's Office detectives asked Palm Beach County deputies to go to the Lantana home on the day of the shooting. "Hitting the walls, throwing everything in the room, and then my son got in there", Deschamps told Palm Beach County dispatchers.

According to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office offense report from November 29, Rock Deschamps called 911 after Cruz "began punching walls and breaking items inside the home".

Paul Gold, Rocxanne's former fiance, recalled how he drove him to his mother's funeral in November and said he was "stoic" throughout. Had the Federal Bureau of Investigation followed up on the tip it received in January, it would have been able to locate the calls from November, calls in which Cruz was described as violent, as having made threats involving his guns, and as having put a gun to "others heads in the past".

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A Facebook post by Deschamps' ex-fiancé claims she kicked Cruz out of the trailer shortly after his mom died.

The woman went on to tell the dispatcher that Cruz "bought tons of ammo", has "used a gun against (people) before" and "has put the gun to others' heads in the past". Deschamps'Boca Raton attorney, Audra Simovitch, did not respond to a phone call. This one is from Cruz himself.

"(Cruz) bought a gun from Dick's last week and is now going to pick it up", Deschamps' mother told a 911 dispatcher, according to a log of the call contained in the report.

There were no references to guns in the officer's narrative, but the dispatch notes indicate that Cruz told police there were guns inside the home. "I knew he had hunting rifles", said James Snead. "If you mess with me, I will kill you, '" said Cruz's classmate Ariana Lopez. "The thing is, I lost my mother a couple days ago, so, like, I'm dealing with a bunch of things right now".

When Palm Beach Sheriff's Office deputies arrived, they found Cruz sitting in the neighborhood park.

It appears Deschamps is trying to make a play to keep Zachary's part of his mother's estate separate from Nikolas and therefore not responsible for any financial damages that will surely be filed by the families of the victims, as well as those that survived with injuries.

The incident was one of three domestic dispute calls to the home in less than a month for deputies.

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