Two East Texas principals identified as other victims in mall shooting

    Adriana Velasco, left, is an assistant principal at Meador Elementary, and Dr. Ivan Velasco is an assistant principal at Willis High School. Both were victims injured during Sunday's deadly botched robbery at Rolling Oaks Mall. (Courtesy photos)

    SAN ANTONIO - The two other people who were hit by gunfire during Sunday's deadly shooting at Rolling Oaks Mall have been identified.

    The Willis Independent School District has confirmed that two of their employees were shot - Dr. Ivan Velasco and his wife Adriana Velasco.

    Both were principals in the WISD.

    Dr. Ivan Velasco is an assistant principal at Willis High School, while Adriana Velasco is an assistant principal at Meador Elementary.

    Willis is about 50 miles north of Houston.

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    The Velasco's were both hit by shrapnel when two gunmen attempted to rob the Kay Jewelers at Rolling Oaks Mall on Sunday.

    Both were released from the hospital and are at home recovering.

    Jonathan Murphy was the "Good Samaritan" who tried to protect his wife and was shot and killed during the robbery. Another shopper with a concealed weapons license shot one of the robbers.

    Jose Luis Rojas is in critical condition at San Antonio Military Medical Center after being shot during the robbery, while the second suspect, Jason Matthew Prieto, 35, was captured following a car wreck in Converse. Investigators say he crashed a stolen silver car near Copper Gate and Loop 1604.

    The accident happened about twenty minutes after the attempted robbery and shooting.

    Both men face charges of capital murder and aggravated robbery.

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