Santana High School Shooter Could Be Paroled Next Year

Twenty-three years ago, 14-year-old Charles “Andy” Williams gunned down fellow students and staff at Santana High School, killing two and injuring 13. Now, at age 37, he is almost up for parole.

CBS 8 spoke to some of Williams’ victims about his upcoming hearing in March. Many of them were shocked to learn he could possibly get out of jail.

Under a law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2013, anyone convicted of a crime when they were 25 or younger is eligible for a parole hearing at or before their 25th year of incarceration.

CBS 8 also spoke to Williams about the horrific acts he committed that day and what led up to the massacre.

Read more about Williams’ upcoming parole hearing and the impact on his victims here


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