At a press conference, the county attorney Mark Taylor (Mark Taylor) said that the student may face three counts of attempted murder.
Mexico City (APRO). ?? According to the Associated Press, a student at Rigby High School in Idaho took out a gun from his backpack and fired multiple shots at two students and a janitor.
Jefferson School District Director Chad Martin and Jefferson County Police Chief Steve Anderson said at a press conference that the teacher disarmed the students and detained them until the state police arrived and detained them.
No further details were provided because, according to Anderson, they are investigating where the girl was able to obtain the weapon and why she took it out of her backpack at 9:15 am on Thursday, May 6.
Everything that happens is recorded in the school’s surveillance and security system.
Today, we experienced the worst nightmare that the school district could encounter. We shot at Rigby High School. What we know is that the student has been detained and no longer poses a threat to the student.
At the press conference, the county attorney Mark Taylor (Mark Taylor) said that the student may face three counts of attempted murder.
?? The best support we get is overwhelming. We are happy to live in a community that cares about students, cares about the school, and is willing to provide support.
I pray for the lives and safety of those involved in today’s tragedy. Thanks to our law enforcement agencies and school leaders for their efforts on the incident. Idaho Governor Brad Little wrote, am I up to date with the latest situation?
I am very fortunate to be able to announce the National Day of Prayer in Idaho today. When you express gratitude, keep the Rigby community in mind. He said in another tweet that God bless the entire state of Idaho.
The college is located in the town of Rigby, 90 miles southeast of Yellowstone National Park. The student lives in neighboring Idaho Falls.
There is a warning tape in the hallway. There are also police blocking the corridors. When one of the children moved, I think I saw some blood stains on the ground. I am helping my friend. We are all crying. Luz, the partner of the aggressor, told Univision News, we are very scared!
According to Michael Lemon, director of the Department of Traumatology at the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, the janitor suffered gunshot wounds to his limbs and did not affect arteries or bones.
Although one student caused two injuries to two limbs due to two shootings, and one of them may require surgery, about two students in Lemon said they were in “good condition.” Both parties will spend the night in the medical center.