Anthony Giancola's expression never changed in court Saturday morning, even while a judge read aloud his very serious charges.
Giancola was booked into jail Friday after his alleged out of control rampage.
It began with the brutal stabbing of four people at a home for the hearing impaired on 35th way in Lealman.
27 year old Justin Lee Vandenburg and 59 year old Mary Anne Allis were killed in that attack. Two others were taken to the hospital.
Investigators say that was only the beginning for Giancola. Officials say he then went to a nearby motel and attacked the owners, leaving one with life threatening injuries.
He wasn't done, investigators say next he drove his red sedan into a group of people standing outside a house on 58th Avenue North.
One person who was narrowly missed told us he feels lucky to be alive.
Then there's 13 year old Kole Price.
"I got hit right here...But my leg hurts here and here," he described.
Giancola is accused of hitting him while he was riding his bike.
The entire spree lasted less than an hour.
Ultimately, it was Giancola's own mother who called sheriff's deputies, and for good reason.
"He told his mother that she would be proud of him because he killed 10 drug dealers, he was high on drugs intoxicated," Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said.
He was eventually arrested near a canal on 56th Avenue North and 66th Lane. It's not his first time in a patrol car, in 2007 investigators say he bought crack-cocaine in his office as principal at Van Buren Middle School in Tampa.
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