One L. Goh, the Oakland man accused of lining up several bible college students and shooting and killing seven of them, had his mug shot released Tuesday by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office.
Goh, 43, has been charged with seven counts of murder, three counts of attempted murder, one count of kidnapping and one count of carjacking on a killing spree that took place Monday.
Earlier Tuesday a list of the names and ages of six of the victims were released.
The kidnapping charge was added to the list because just before the execution-style killing spree began, Goh allegedly took one student hostage as he entering the classroom, according to Johanna Watson, the Oakland Police Department spokesperson. It was then that he lined up the students against the classroom wall and began to shoot, she explained.
Goh, currently being held in Alameda County's Santa Rita Jail, told authorities that he was upset about being expelled from the Christian college.
Police are still looking for the murder weapon.
Goh "does not appear to be remorseful at all," Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said.