[BREAKING] School Shooting In North Carolina Shooter In Custody

by Monday, October 29, 2018

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A student was taken into custody Monday morning after he opened fire at a North Carolina high school, striking one of his classmates, police said.

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Police responded to a report of a shooting at Butler High School around 7:30 a.m., prompting a lockdown. A student, who was not identified, was shot and taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.

Officers recovered the weapon used in the incident, officials said. The suspected shooter was not identified.

“This is believed to be an isolated incident and the scene has now been secured by police,” Matthews police said in a statement on Facebook.

It’s unclear what led to the shooting.



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  • Claus
    October 29, 2018

    Calvin Crawl beck into your Left leaning brain cell is showing.

  • Kevin Ayers
    October 29, 2018

    This is a product of piss poor parenting!! Has nothing to do with the president!!! Take a strong interest in your children get them out from in front of a tv:video game. Talk to them don’t judge unless absolutely needed. You’ll be surprised what you learn about them. And yes I have 3 grown children 8 grandchildren 1 great grandchild just FYI

  • Alan
    October 30, 2018

    I agree with your assessment of poor parenting. Particularly about getting away from video games. But I can’t quite accept hearing we should not be judgmental. Did you not make a judgement about the poor parenting here? Does anyone realize that it’s just not really possible to avoid judging? When you approach a stranger you look at them and before you even hear or talk to them you make some kind of judgements. Is this person’s appearance acceptable to you? Do they seem to be acting normal? Do they look friendly? Judgements in themselves are not bad or wrong. They are the way people access the circumstances they observe at the time or even later in retrospect. I think the statement should more correctly be try not to make judgements without knowing all the facts or issues. In other words, try to keep an open mind. Then upon reflecting on the situation make the necessary judgements. Without making any judgements it would be impossible to ascertain much about anything.