Courtesy: University of Colorado

A mass-shooting during the midnight screening of  “The Dark Knight Rises” at a crowded movie theater has claimed at least 12 lives and injured 58 people in Aurora, Colorado. The suspect James Holmes (pictured above) is in police custody and is expected to make his first court appearance on Monday.

LISTEN to some of the 911 calls and emergency responder radio transmissions from the scene here:

FOX News Radio’s Rich Johnson reports on how events unfolded at the movie theater:

It was just about 10 minutes into the movie when the gunman kicked in an exit door near the screen, tossed a tear gas canister and started shooting.

Jennifer Seeger was in row two and saw the gunman way too closely.

(Seeger) “He had it to my face. He had the gun in my face. I was freaked out for like five seconds. And I just dove into the aisle and I was like I don’t know what to do, I’m just gonna curl in a ball.”

Police found the suspect, identified at 24-year-old James Holmes, outside the building.

They’ve searched his car and apartment for explosives.

Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.

Editor’s Note: Police are also dealing with a situation at suspect’s apartment. Authorities say it’s booby trapped.

LISTEN to Lt. Andra Brown of the San Diego Police Department speak to reporters outside the home of the alleged Colorado shooter’s family in San Diego, California: