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Old 02-26-2018, 04:52 PM
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Old 02-28-2018, 12:51 PM
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Old 02-28-2018, 03:59 PM
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Georgia teacher arrested after firing gunshot alone in school classroom

(Reuters) - An armed high school teacher in Georgia barricaded himself alone inside his classroom, then fired a gunshot when the principal tried to force open the door, but no one was seriously injured, police said after the instructor was arrested.

The shooting, which unfolded as schools around the country remained on edge from gun violence earlier this month that claimed 17 lives in the neighboring state of Florida, unfolded around lunchtime at Dalton High School, about 90 miles (145 km) north of Atlanta, the Georgia capital.

Responding to reports of gunfire at the school, officers from the Dalton Police Department found the teacher in question holed up inside a classroom. He was taken into custody without incident about 30 to 45 minutes later, police spokesman Bruce Frazier told reporters later.

The suspect was later identified as Jesse Randall Davidson, 53, a social studies teacher at the school who police said also serves as the play-by-play announcer for the Dalton High School football team.

The incident began when a group of students tried to enter the classroom, "and the teacher was not letting anybody inside," Frazier said.
When the principal arrived and tried opening the door with a key, a single gunshot was heard from inside the room, prompting a security lockdown of the school as police were notified and the school's resource officer was summoned, Frazier said.

Arriving police evacuated teachers and students from the hallway as they confronted the instructor.

Frazier said he had no immediate explanation for what may have precipitated the incident, and he declined to say whether he believed it stemmed from a suicide attempt, but added: "This teacher apparently did not want to involve students in this incident in any way."

The incident came two weeks after a shooting rampage at a high school in Parkland, Florida, left 17 dead and led to calls from U.S. President Donald Trump for arming teachers as a way to protect students.

Only one minor injury was reported on Wednesday - a girl who hurt her ankle while fleeing in the pandemonium, Frazier said.

The police spokesman said it was not immediately clear whether any students had previously been in a classroom with the teacher while he was armed. The weapon involved was a handgun, he said.

Students at the high school, which has an enrollment of about 2,000 pupils, were all being taken to a nearby convention center in Dalton, authorities said.

"It is really serious after so many things have happened all over the country," student Ricardo Perez told television station WTVC-TV in a telephone interview after the incident. "I'm shocked, I can't believe it. I thought it was a dream."
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Didn’t Dick’s stock drop 30% a year ago? There’s no way this doesn’t hurt them even more, might as well just close up shop.
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If Stricter Gun Control Works, What Happened to Baltimore?


When tragedies happen, advocates rely on emotionally charged rhetoric to call on politicians to “do something” rather than do the right thing. In this case, the right thing would be the repeal of strict gun laws that strip citizens of their right to bare arms and protect themselves.
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Schools are safer than they were in the 90s, and school shootings are not more common than they used to be, researchers say - News @ Northeastern
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This happened Friday afternoon where I live / where I graduated from in 1996 ... where my niece attends along with many of my friends kids ...


A teenager used Snapchat to make threats against the upstate New York high school he graduated from, deputies said.

Jensen P. Schack was arrested Saturday by the Cortland County Sheriff's Office. The 19-year-old Plymouth man has been charged with threatening Cortland Junior Senior High School, his alma mater.

Schack posted threatening photos and videos on Snapchat, said Lt. Todd Caufield. The teen made the threats against the high school he graduated from in 2016, he said.

Deputies started investigating the threats on Friday afternoon. The investigation led them to Schack's home in Chenango County, Caufield said.

After getting a search warrant, deputies searched Schack's County Road 16 home early Saturday morning. Deputies seized an AR-style semiautomatic rifle and ammunition, Caufield said.

Schack was arrested and charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony. He is being held in the Cortland County Correctional Facility in lieu of $100,000 bail.

The Chenango County Sheriff's Office and the tactical response team of the Madison County Sheriff's Office helped deputies with the search.



This isn't the first time this has happened lately ... Last year a kid made comments he was bringing a gun to the high school to "blow kids away". Police pulled him over on the way to school with a loaded AR-15.

Unfortunately this type of shit is going to hit home to many of us. Then on Monday a student made threatening calls to Utica College (about an hour away) that led to a 6 hour lockdown at the college and all the local schools in that area.
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This happened Friday afternoon where I live / where I graduated from in 1996 ... where my niece attends along with many of my friends kids ...


A teenager used Snapchat to make threats against the upstate New York high school he graduated from, deputies said.

Jensen P. Schack was arrested Saturday by the Cortland County Sheriff's Office. The 19-year-old Plymouth man has been charged with threatening Cortland Junior Senior High School, his alma mater.

Schack posted threatening photos and videos on Snapchat, said Lt. Todd Caufield. The teen made the threats against the high school he graduated from in 2016, he said.

Deputies started investigating the threats on Friday afternoon. The investigation led them to Schack's home in Chenango County, Caufield said.

After getting a search warrant, deputies searched Schack's County Road 16 home early Saturday morning. Deputies seized an AR-style semiautomatic rifle and ammunition, Caufield said.

Schack was arrested and charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony. He is being held in the Cortland County Correctional Facility in lieu of $100,000 bail.

The Chenango County Sheriff's Office and the tactical response team of the Madison County Sheriff's Office helped deputies with the search.



This isn't the first time this has happened lately ... Last year a kid made comments he was bringing a gun to the high school to "blow kids away". Police pulled him over on the way to school with a loaded AR-15.

Unfortunately this type of shit is going to hit home to many of us. Then on Monday a student made threatening calls to Utica College (about an hour away) that led to a 6 hour lockdown at the college and all the local schools in that area.
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How police can prevent the next Parkland

Nearly every school attack has been preceded by many warning signs

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, has now joined the list of schools forever linked to school attack massacres. Sadly, this school shooting in Florida was COMPLETELY PREVENTABLE!

The police response to such events must be better, both left and right of “bang” when the first shot is fired. In the book “Left of Bang” by Jason A. Riley and Patrick Van Horne, we learn how the U.S. Marines have trained to better prepare their pre-attack awareness.

LEFT OF BANG: WE ALREADY KNOW EXACTLY HOW TO STOP THESE ATTACKS.

Media pundits and politicians have been on TV non-stop since the Parkland shooting, crying that we need to figure out how to stop such events. Hell, we already know how to stop them. The evidence for my argument comes from the hundreds (maybe thousands) of student-planned attacks that have been prevented by local law enforcement agencies.

Nearly every school attack has been preceded by many warning signs.

PoliceOne.com contributor Dan Marcou’s list of 5 phases leading up to these attacks defines the process these shooters follow left of bang. One notable exception to this was the Sandy Hook Elementary School attack. The killer at Sandy Hook was possibly the most disturbed individual we’ve seen so far where his pre-event planning wasn’t discovered until the follow-up investigation.

The recent event in Parkland was completely preventable. So many people knew this teenager posed a threat that two different tips were called in to the FBI.

The list of examples where the FBI has failed to connect the dots in both school and terrorist active shooter threats is long. I am not an FBI detractor, I have friends there and no organization is better at large-scale, complex investigations. But few FBI agents come from a local police background. They aren’t cops, don’t think like street cops and are not conditioned to do things in a hurry. Slow, thorough and deliberate describes FBI investigations. I believe that had those two tips been called into a local police or sheriff’s agency, the massacre in Parkland would have been prevented.

more ... How police can identify warning signs of a school shooting
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