The Trench Reynolds Report

All Crime Is Personal

I still haven’t read all the depositions from the Jonesboro shooters yet, however, a couple of Arkansas news outlets have reported on them. So far, it seems like they’re just like every other school shooter who blames everyone but themselves for their actions. In a rare case the two shooters, Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden, …

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Before there was Columbine, there was Jonesboro. On March 24, 1998, 13-year-old Mitchell Johnson and 11-year-old Andrew Golden shot and killed four students and a teacher at Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Eleven other people had also been injured. At the time of the shooting there was no law in the state of Arkansas …

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After Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden committed the school shooting at Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Arkansas, that left five dead they were only sentenced to be held until their 21st birthdays. Back in 1998 Arkansas had no law where juveniles could be charged as adults. Golden was released in 2007 and is said to …

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Police look into charging Golden: The other day I posted about how Andrew Golden/Drew Douglas Grant was denied a conceal and carry permit. Now investigators are looking into if any criminal charges could be filed. However the only charges that could be filed would be misdemeanors. It’s also interesting to note that juvenile convictions that …

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Westside killer seeks handgun permit: Drew Douglas Grant of Evening Shade, Arkansas had applied for a conceal and carry permit but was denied by Arkansas State Police. So why is this newsworthy? It turns out that Drew Douglas Grant is the new legal name of the former Andrew Golden. The same Andrew Golden who participated …

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Judge: Keep data secret on gunman: A judge has ruled that information pertaining to Andrew Golden’s deposition will remain secret until the civil trial has come to an end. Golden was one of the Jonesboro gunman and is named as a defendant in a wrongful death suit. Since his release from prison Golden has stayed …

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Andrew Golden Deposition Temporarily Blocked: The attorney for the Jonesboro shooter that hasn’t been rearrested, yet, Andrew Golden, is filing a petition to keep a deposition private. The deposition is for a wrongful death suit stemming from the Jonesboro shooting. Apparently Golden is trying to keep a low profile. He seems to be learning from …

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Attorney Finds Andrew Golden, One Of Jonesboro School Shooters: Andrew Golden, the other Jonesboro gunman, has been tracked down by a lawyer representing the victims’ families. The article doesn’t say where Johnson was but that he was found and subpoenaed in the lawsuit against him and Mitchell Johnson. If you’ll recall Mitchell Johnson gave his …

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Sheriff Cannot Guarantee Jonesboro Shooter Andrew Golden’s Safety: The Sheriff who represents the same county where Jonesboro shooter Andrew Golden used to live says he can’t guarantee Golden’s safety if he returns to Arkansas. Craighead County Sheriff Jack McCann said hostility toward Golden and accomplice Mitchell Johnson still remains nine years after they opened fire …

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Jonesboro shooter Andrew Golden likely to be released Friday: Andrew Golden is one of the gunmen from the Jonesboro school shooting. Today is his 21st birthday meaning that more than likely he will be released from jail today. At the time of their conviction, there was a loophole in Arkansas state law that prevented Golden …

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