Nathaniel Berhow Biography

Nathaniel Berhow

Quick Facts Of Nathaniel Berhow

Celebrated Name Nathaniel Berhow
Age 16 Years
Nick Name Net
Birth Name Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow
Birth Date 2003-11-14
Gender Male
Profession Student
Birth Nation USA
Place Of Birth Santa Clarita, California
Nationality American
Ethnicity Asian-American
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Marital Status Unmarried - In a Relationship
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Father Mark Berhow
Mother Mami Matsuura
Siblings One
Sisters Samantha Berhow
Height 5 feet 2 inches
Weight 50 Kg
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Sexual Orientation Straight
Death Date 2019-11-15
Place Of Death Santa Clarita, California
Cause Of Death Gun Shot Injury

Nathaniel Berhow is a 16 years of age understudy of Saugus High School who has been recognized as the speculate shooter in a shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California. He was recorded as partaking in a track and field competition meet in Santa Clarita, where he spoke to Saugus High School. The meet was held in Central Park on September 19th. After two months, Central Park was the area of the reunification point among guardians and understudies following the Saugus High School understudy.

Who are the parents of Nathaniel Berhow?

Recalling his early life, Berhow was born in Santa Clarita, California, the USA. He holds American citizenship and belongs to Asian-American ethnicity. He is a son of Mark Berhow and Mami Matsuura. He lost his father in December 2017 because of a heart attack. He has also had a sister named Samantha Berhow. Regarding his education, He was a student at Saugus High School.

Who is the suspect of Santa Clarita Shooting?

Nathaniel Berhow has been identified as the 16-year-old suspect in a shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California, that has left at least two people dead and four people, including the suspect, injured. Berhow, a sophomore at the high school, pulled a gun out of his backpack and opened fire on his classmates on his 16th birthday, police say. After shooting the other students, he shot himself, police said. He died at the hospital about 3:30 PM on Friday, authorities said. He had been hospitalized in “grave condition” after the shooting.

Santa Clarita gunman used unregistered 'ghost gun' in Saugus High School shooting, sheriff says

An unregistered "kit gun" was used in the deadly shooting at a Southern California high school last week, authorities said Thursday. 

It is unknown who bought the pistol's parts or put it together, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lt. Brandon Dean said in a statement. Police say, Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow, fatally shot two classmates at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita and injured three others before shooting himself with the 45-caliber semiautomatic handgun. 

The gun does not have a serial number to track, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told KABC-TV and other local outlets. Kit or "ghost guns" can be bought online or at gun shows, Villanueva said, and people can watch YouTube videos to learn how to assemble them. 

Authorities found several other unregistered guns in Berhow's home in Santa Clarita, near Los Angeles. They are investigating where the guns came from and noted registered guns belonging to Berhow's father were seized in 2016. 

Who are the victims of Santa Clarita Shooting?

According to Los Angels County Sheriff's Office, a 16 years old girl and a 14 years old boy died as a result of the shooting. Three victims remain hospitalized, including 14 years old boy and two girls, aged 15 and 14 who are not critical. The names of victims have not been released. There was confusion about how many victims died in the shooting. ABC News and other outlets reported that a third student was killed but the sheriff's office said they could only confirm two deaths.

What is the motive of shooting?

A motive for the shooting has not been established yet. "That's going to take us a while to go through," Sheriff Villanueva said of the investigation into what led to the shooting. The sheriff's office said of they have also not determined any connection between Berhow and the victims, other than them being students at Saugus High School together.

What is the mental condition of Nathaniel Berhow?

Paul Delacourt, assistant director of the Los Angeles FBI field office, said "We have no reason to believe that the subject was acting on behalf of any other group or any ideology. I have bo reason to believe there is any threat or any co-conspirators at this time"

Elsewhere, a student named Maxwell told Fox Los Angeles, that Berhow hadn't been acting like himself in the days leading up to the shooting. Maxwell said, "As far as I could tell from the recent days that I've seen him, he was looking kind of down and I guess just kind of depressed about something. I didn't ask him what it was that he was depressed about but from what I could tell he was different. He wasn't acting like himself."

Another friend named Ruan told KTLA-TV, he last saw him six years ago, "Over the years we stopped talking, there was a disconnect between us. He was doing his own thing. It's a shock to all of us."

Is Nathaniel Berhow dated, someone?

Reflecting on his personal life, Berhow is not married yet but as per online sources, he was a romantic relationship at the time of his death. Information about his girlfriend is yet to be disclosed.

How tall is Nathaniel Berhow?

Before her death, Berhow stands a height of 5 feet 2 inches and weighs around 50 Kg. He has a pair of black eyes and black hair color. His other body information is yet to be disclosed. In the case of an update, we will let you know.


Did You Know?

  • The Suspect’s (Nathaniel Berhow) Gun Was Empty When It Was Recovered by Authorities.
  • Berhow’s Girlfriend & Mother Are Being Questioned by Authorities, Who Have Not Yet Determined a Motive for the High School Attack.
  • Berhow Was a Track Athlete at Saugus High School & Was in the Cub Scouts & Boy Scouts.
  • An Instagram Account With a Message ‘Saugus Have Fun at School Tomorrow’ Is Being Investigated by Authorities, but Instagram Said It Didn’t Belong to the Shooter.

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