Late as usual, usual reasons why.
28-year-old Miranda Perez of Lake Worth, Florida, was arrested for allegedly threatening a mass shooting after her kids were rezoned to a new school. Again, how can we expect our kids to not act out violently when parents are just as guilty?
17-year-old Kareese Colon was arrested for allegedly posting a threat against Deltona High School on Instagram. Colon is said to have posted “I will really shoot this MF up and let one of y’all report me, I dare you. I’ll shoot you too.” He later said he thought the threat would be funny.
A 14-year-old from Iredell County, North Carolina has been arrested for allegedly threatening a school shooting against West Iredell High School. The student had reportedly told others not to come to school.
At Cypress Lake Middle School in Fort Myers, Florida, a student allegedly stood up in the middle of class on the first day of school and yelled “school shooting”. There was no actual threat but someone needs to teach their kid about yelling ‘fire’ in a crowded theater.
A 15-year-old girl from Albert Lea, Minnesota, was arrested after allegedly posting a school shooting threat against Albert Lea High School on Snapchat.
A 15-year-old female student of Edison High School in Fresno, California is accused of making a threat against the school by posting a photo of guns on Snapchat and telling other students not to come to school.
An unidentified student allegedly posted a threat against James Clemens High School in Madison, Alabama. Once again, the threat was said to be “Don’t come to school tomorrow.”
A 15-year-old girl in Corpus Christi, Texas, is accused of threatening a shooting against Tuloso-Midway High School. She allegedly posted to social media “I got ak’s and I’m (expletive) ready I’ll do it alone or yall can join.”
Shawnee Mission West High School in Overland Park, Kansas, was locked down due to a threat against the school posted on Snapchat.
A 14-year-old student of Mountain Pointe High School. in Tempe, Arizona has been arrested for allegedly circulating a threat against the school on social media.
18-year-old Triston Cook has been arrested for allegedly sending a threat to a student of Yulee High School in Yulee, Florida. Cook reportedly said in the threat “I got a .12 gauge slug with your brains name written all over it.”
A 13-year-old student of Pine Ridge Middle School in Naples, Florida was arrested after allegedly sending a threat through Snapchat to another student. The threats were said to have included “My Dawgs gonna bring guns and knifes to school tomorrow and we finna pull up and beat the shit out of you.” and “Just know your gonna get shot one day no one gonna be there for you because [I’m] gonna do it when no one around.”
A 15-year-old male student of Seabreeze High School in Volusia County, Florida, allegedly made a threat against his school on Discord while using a fake name. The threat was said to include I [fake name] vow to bring my fathers m15 to school and kill 7 people at minimum.” His mom rertedly told police that “But he’s just a little kid playing a video game,” she protests. “These kids say stuff like that all the time. It’s a joke to them.”
18-year-old Nainoa Gazman Figueroa of Kahului, Hawaii, was arrested after allegedly tweeting that he would shoot up a school. Local authorities were notified of the threat by a security company in Washington, DC that monitors for such threats.
Two students of Beyer High School in Modesto, California, have been arrested for allegedly posting a threat against the school on Snapchat. This one was another “Don’t go to school tomorrow” but one of the students was reportedly holding a pellet gun.
A 16-year-old former student of Las Plumas High School in Oroville, California, was arrested for allegedly posting a threat against the school on Snapchat. The threat was said to be a picture of guns taken from another student but the former student superimposed the message of “S*** if you go to Lp better get ready to jet #schoolshooter.”
A 12-year-old student of La Vina Middle School from Delano, California, was said to have not only posted a threat against the school on Snapchat but posted the threat under another student’s name.
A 14-year-old student of Oologah-Talala public schools in Oklahoma was arrested for allegedly making a threat against schools there. Another student came forward to report the threat.
A 12-year-old female student is accused of posting a threat on social media against Barrington Middle School in Florida. That threat reportedly said “Dear bms students I will be shooting that skool [sic] up September 3 2019 be ready say your goodbyes to you’re [sic] family because that is finel [sic]…Goodluck (; be ready.” The girl accused of making the threat went to a rival school.
18-year-old Brandon Gregory Scott allegedly told his class at Gibbs High School in St. Petersburg, Florida that he would shoot up the school. At his home, police found three books detailing how to assemble and take apart firearms, as well as a compound bow. Police are seeking a court order that would prevent Scott from owning firearms under Florida law.
26-year-old Brian Groner of Jefferson City, Missouri, has been arrested for allegedly threatening a school shooting on Facebook. Groner’s profile reportedly listed him as “Your Next Mass Shooter” and the threat was said to be “Columbine won’t have s— on me. The Columbine shooters were lame because they only killed 12 people. I could do better and kill more than 12.”
Two 13-year-old male students of Floyd Dryden Middle School in Juneau, Alaska, were arrested for allegedly threatening to bring a gun to the school and start shooting people. No word on if they actually had any access to firearms.
15-year-old Nicholas Jenkins of Davie, Florida, was arrested for allegedly posting a school shooting threat on Discord. The threat read ” “I want to shoot up a school. This is a genuine feeling. I want people to suffer. I want to step on and or over their bloodied corpses and hear the squelching of their wounds forcing out that last bit of blood. Then, blow their heads off to make sure they’re dead. I wish to see those I haven’t shot shake in fear and scream and cry at such a heinous act. Then, see the shock on their faces once I’ve shot them too.” Jenkins is a student of Nova High School.
Belvidere North High School in Belvidere, Illinois was on lockdown after an unspecified threat.
10 school threats in Houston in just one week
That headline speaks for itself.
20-year-old Benjamin Schultz of New London, New Hampshire is accused of allegedly posting a threat to Snapchat of him holding a gun with a caption that read “You better not go to school tomorrow.”
A 14-year-old male student of Don Soffer Aventura High School in Aventura, Florida has been arrested for allegedly posting a threat against the school on Snapchat. The threat was a picture of the student holding a BB gun with the caption “Watch out at school tomorrow.”
A 15-year-old male student of Campbell Memorial High School in Campbell, Ohio was arrested for allegedly telling other students that he would be the next school shooter.
Just remember, these aren’t all the school threats that have happened in the past two weeks. These are just the ones that I’ve heard about.