New video of confessed Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz acting out violently against his fellow classmates emerged on Sunday.
Cell phone footage dating back to September 2016 showing Cruz fighting other students in the courtyard of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was obtained by ABC station WPLG.
The teenage murderer can be seen wearing khakis, a white printed short-sleeved T-shirt and a dark bandana around his neck.
Cell phone footage dating back to September 2016 shows Cruz fighting other students in the courtyard of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
The teenage murderer can be seen wearing khakis, a white printed short-sleeved T-shirt and a dark bandana around his neck
Cruz was expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last February
On Wednesday, the 19-year-old returned to the high school with an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle and slaughtered 17 students and teachers.
Cruz can be seen in the video flailing his arms as other students charge him and cause him to slip.
Cruz was suspended for two days following the incident.
Cruz was expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last February after officials at the high school claimed they documented at least five separate violent incidents involving the Florida native.
Cruz reportedly confessed to the Valentine's Day shooting shortly after being brought before a Broward County judge via video conference on Thursday.
Alejandra Martinez, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, lights candles in a makeshift memorial setup in front of the school on February 18, 2018
Shari Unger, Melissa Goldsmith and Giulianna Cerbono (L-R) hug each other as they visit a makeshift memorial setup in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
At 2.06pm, Valentine's Day, Cruz took an Uber to the school he was expelled from, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland.
He was armed with an AR-15 rifle, and was wearing a vest that was holding additional ammunition.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said the suspect arrived at the high school at 2.19pm Wednesday, entering the east stairwell with a rifle inside a black, soft case.
He explained: 'The suspect exited the stairwell and pulled the rifle out of the case at 2.21pm local time. He then readied his rifle and began shooting into rooms 1215, 1216, 1214 ... he then went back into 1216, 1215 and then to 1213.
'The suspect then took the west stairwell to the second floor and shot one victim in room 1234 on the second floor. The suspect then took the east stairwell to the third floor... he then dropped his rifle and backpack containing extra ammunition and ran down the stairs... exiting building 12 and ran toward the tennis courts.'
Police say he exited building 12 at 2.28pm. Both the vest and the rifle were later recovered by police.
At 2.06pm, Valentine's Day, Cruz took an Uber to the school he was expelled from, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
'The suspect then turned west and tried to mix in with students who were trying to run away fearing for their lives,' Sheriff Israel said Thursday.
'The suspect then arrived at a Walmart store and bought a drink at the Subway and left the Walmart on foot.'
According to the police timeline, he arrived at Walmart at 2.50pm.
'The suspect then arrived at a McDonald's and sat down for a short period of time around 3.01pm and he left on foot.'
'At 3.41pm, 40 minutes after leaving McDonald's, the suspect was detained at 4700 Wyndham Lakes Drive in Coral Springs, by an officer with the Coconut Creek Police Department,' Sheriff Israel concluded.
Coconut Creek police officer Michael Leonard spotted Cruz walking down a nearby residential street after responding from his neighboring precinct.
'He looked like a typical high school student and for a quick moment, I thought could this be the person?' Leonard said. 'Is this who I need to stop?'
Leonard said he pulled over and confronted the suspected 19-year-old mass murderer.
'He complied with my commands and was taken into custody without any issues,' the officer said.
After he was arrested, he was first taken to an area hospital before being taken to police headquarters.
He confessed to the shooting spree that left 17 dead.
On Wednesday, the 19-year-old returned to the high school with an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle and slaughtered 17 peoplePICTURED: Fourteen students, geography teacher, coach and athletic director shot dead in Florida high school massacre
Jaime Guttenberg, 14, (left) was described by relatives as a 'kind-hearted, sweet' girl. She attended the school with her younger brother who survived and rushed home afterwards. Senior Nicholas Dworet (right) was a gifted swimmer who had his sights set on 2020 Tokyo Olympics success. His devastated college student girlfriend is among those grieving his death. Friends said he was not just a talented athlete, but a 'good guy' who will be missed
Martin Duque, 14, (left) was missing for hours on Wednesday and his frantic family desperately appealed for him to get in touch on social media. On Thursday, his older brother Miguel confirmed his death. Martin was a freshman. Meadow Pollack, 18, (right) was preparing for college. Her father was at the school on Wednesday and showed her photograph around in the hope that she would be found alive
Cara Loughran (left) was missing on Wednesday afternoon. Her mother Denise and her father rushed to the designated hotel where parents were told to go to be reunited with their children in the hope that she would be found alive. Her grieving neighbor confirmed her death on Thursday. Alyssa Alhadeff, 15, (right) was eulogized by her mother who said she was a talented soccer player and creative mind. 'All she had to offer the world was love... I just sent her to school and she was shot and killed,' she said
Luke Hoyer, 15, (left) was described as a 'precious' child by his grandparents who confirmed his death. They found out about the shooting on television. They said he was a 'good kid' who 'never got in trouble'. Joaquin Oliver, 17, (right) was also killed. Joaquin was a Venezuelan immigrant who came to the US with his family for a 'better future', they said on Thursday
Gina Montalto, 15, (left) was described as a 'light and joy'. She and Jaime, another victim, volunteered at a local project called The Friendship Initiative where they acted as buddies for children with special needs. Gina's mother Jennifer shared pleas to find her on social media on Wednesday. Alaina Petty, 14, (right) was also killed. Her Mormon church confirmed her death, saying she was a 'valiant' member
Carmen Schentrup, 16, (left) was also killed in the shooting. Carmen was a gifted student who last year was named as a semifinalist in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. It includes students who score above average in their SATs or National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. ROTC student Peter Wang, 15, (right) also died. His parents speak little English and relied on their neighbor to post social media appeals looking for him. They went to the Marriott hotel with other parents to wait for news of him on Wednesday night and have since confirmed that he was among those killed
Alex Schachter, 14, (left) was also killed. His mother died when he was a child and he attended the school in Florida with his brother, who survived. The teenager's father Max said he was a 'sweetheart of a child' who 'just wanted to do well and please his parents'. Helena Ramsey, 17, (right) was described by relatives as a 'reserved' and studious girl who was due to go to college next year
Geography Scott Beigel, 35, (left) was shot dead as he tried to lock the door of his classroom again after letting a group of fleeing students in to hide. They were running away from the gunman. Aaron Feis, 37, (right) died acting as a human shield. The track coach had thrown himself on top of the kids to stop the bullets from hitting him. He was a former student and was also a security guard at the school where he had worked for eight years
Athletic director Chris Hixon, 49, was also killed shielding students