From Arizona Range News: Arthur J. Tineo, suspected of shooting at Willcox (Ariz.) High School students and staff, is being held at Cochise County Jail in Bisbee on a $2 million bond. Tineo, who has been residing a block from the school, has been charged with three counts of attempted first-degree murder; prohibited possession of a firearm; disorderly conduct with a weapon; two counts of discharging of a firearm in the city; assault; endangerment; aggravated assault of a teacher; aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; and two counts of assault. One of the students, a freshman, was hit with bullet shrapnel in his face and shoulder area and sustained cuts to his right cheek and right lower jaw from the shrapnel and breaking glass from the window, according to police.
Earlier...from The Arizona Daily Star: A student at a high school in Willcox, Ariz., was slightly wounded when a man fired a rifle indiscriminately at the school. The wounded student suffered minor cuts from flying glass when the car he was riding in was shot at, authorities said. He was treated at a hospital. Arthur J. Tineo, 40, was arrested shortly after the shooting. Authorities don't know a motive for the shooting, which happened shortly after 3 p.m., after classes were done for the day. Another juvenile in the same car escaped injury, and authorities said a school employee was fired upon, but was not hit, as he was trying to clear the area during the shooting.