SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 9 (UPI) -- The daughter of a man killed in a shooting spree in Santa Monica, Calif., died Sunday of wounds received in the rampage, officials said.
Marcela Franco, 26 -- whose father, Carlos Franco, 68, was shot and killed during the shooting Friday -- died at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica College President Chui L. Tsang said in a post on the school's website.
"Marcela had registered to attend classes this summer at SMC and was with her father Carlos when Friday's tragedy struck," Tsang wrote.
He said the Santa Monica College Foundation has established a memorial fund for the Franco family and the college will hold a memorial service "at the appropriate time."
Carlos Franco, a groundskeeper at SMC, was driving to the school with his daughter when they were shot. He died at the scene.
The Los Angeles Times has identified the gunman as John Zawahri, 23. He is suspected of killing five people before police killed him in an exchange of gunfire in the school library.
Citing law enforcement sources it did not name, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday Zawahri was apparently angered by his parents' divorce.
The sources said Zawahri's first alleged victims were his father and brother, whose bodies were found Friday in a burning home not far from Santa Monica College, owned by Samir Zawhawi, 55.
The suspect in the subsequent shooting spree had been hospitalized for an undetermined amount of time, CNN reported Saturday, citing law enforcement sources close to the investigation. It was unclear whether the suspect committed himself voluntarily, or whether his family or the state had him hospitalized.
Police said Saturday the gunman was armed with high-powered weapons and may have had as many as 1,300 rounds of ammunition.