Shooting rampage kills six people

An attorney for a Hollywood director says the family believes his son is responsible for a shooting rampage near a Santa Barbara, California, university campus.

Alan Shifman says that the family has not yet seen his body, but they have been told he was killed and believe he killed six people. Shifman is the attorney for Peter Rodger, who was an assistant director on The Hunger Games. Police say they are investigating a YouTube video connected to the case that shows a man describing a plan to kill women. The sheriff in Santa Barbara County, California, says evidence suggests that last night's deadly drive-by shootings near the University of California, Santa Barbara were "premeditated mass murder." Authorities have not confirmed the identity of the shooter, and the identity of the person in the video could not be independently confirmed. The attack left seven others wounded.