Gunman carrying gun in guitar case opens fire at Florida high school

Gunman carrying gun in guitar case opens fire at Florida high school

Gunman carrying gun in guitar case opens fire at Florida high school

Sky Bouche is accused of shooting a student at Forest High School Friday morning. The wounded student, a 17-year-old boy, was taken to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening injury to his ankle. Authorities mentioned Bouche was a former pupil on the faculty.

Unaware that he wounded anyone, Bouche said, "I didn't shoot anyone", and apologized, adding, "It doesn't matter anyway" as he was led from the school in handcuffs. "I really don't think he meant to shoot the gun". Until inquired exactly what he would state towards the victim, he ignored several of the questions. That's when he said, "sorry". As of Friday morning, all of the students were reported off the campus.

All Marion County schools are now on a code yellow, in which students stay locked in their classrooms with their teachers as a precaution, according to a post on the Marion County Sheriff's Office Facebook page.

Woods praised rsquo & Long;s faculty personnel as well as rapid response.

"You should be proud of your son", Woods said of the boy's parents. Woods said Long heard a "large, loud banging sound" and immediately responded.

A Florida faculty useful resource officer was hailed a hero after instantly leaping into motion and arresting a person who was suspected of capturing a pupil Friday.

"Marion County does everything to protect their children", Woods said.

Bouche faces a slew of charges, including terrorism, aggravated assault, carrying a concealed firearm, firearm possession and armed trespassing on school property and possession of a short-barrelled shotgun.

The suspect also said he "could potentially carry out another shooting in the future", according to the report.

All schools are on Code Yellow as a PRECAUTION.

Informed officials who he was "grateful this was me personally and not one among my buddies". He told deputies his internet searches on both kinds of shootings motivated his decision to open fire at Forest High School, investigators said.

The incident happened on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting.

Just as students readied to walk out as part of the national anti-gun violence protest in Ocala, Florida, a student was shot in the ankle. The Ocala faculty had deliberate its model of a walkout, college students mentioned, nevertheless it was canceled.

According to the Star-Banner, Bouche dropped the gun after firing into the door, then surrendered to Kelly McManis-Panasuk, who had taught him when he attended Forest High.

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