10 people have been killed in a supermarket in Buffalo today. This is what we know.

The suspect in the shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York, has been arraigned Saturday night, Buffalo City Chief Justice Craig Hannah told CNN.

The suspect, identified as Payton Gendron, 18, was charged with first degree murder and brought before Hannah’s courtroom, the judge said.

The suspect’s next hearing is scheduled for Thursday at 9:30 a.m. ET, Hannah said.

The judge said the prosecutor’s office plans to indict the suspect and add additional charges.

“Justice is being done now, immediately,” Erie County District Attorney John Flynn said at a news conference Saturday night.

“This person has been charged with first degree murder, which is the highest charge – murder in New York State. It carries a life sentence without parole, the highest sentence we have in a state of New York. He was remanded in custody. The judge ordered a forensic examination. Now a criminal hearing will take place in five days. And then the investigation will continue.”

Flynn said the judge has been summoned to represent the suspect tonight.

“We are now investigating charges of terrorism and other murders, and are working with our partners in the federal government so that they may be able to press charges as well. So I assure everyone in this community that justice is now done and justice will be done.” .. done,” Flynn said.

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