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Dec 11, 18, 08:44 PM #16Good Lord, what the hell is going on at Ryle?Advertisement
Dec 12, 18, 09:22 AM #17Hard not to think about Clay Shrout with this.
Dec 12, 18, 09:43 AM #18
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This evening a 17 year old juvenile female was taken into custody after making threats directed at Larry A. Ryle High School. The female juvenile, who is a student at Ryle High School, was charged with Terroristic Threatening 2nd Degree, Fleeing or Evading Police 2nd Degree and Resisting Arrest. The juvenile was lodged at the Campbell County Juvenile Detention Center.
At approximately 7:12 PM, Boone County Public Safety Communications Center (dispatch) received a call from the female juvenile’s mother stating that her daughter had just received a threat via Snapchat. The threat read, “since nobody showed up to school today just wait till tomorrow, i’m going to drive past the cafeteria during 3rd lunch with my dad’s machine gun and just shoot non stop”.
Deputies responded to the juvenile’s residence initiate the investigation. Deputies immediately recognized inconsistencies in the female juvenile’s story along with inconsistencies in her reported timeline of events. The female juvenile ultimately confessed that she made the threat and posted it to her Snapchat story because she did not want to go to school the next day.
Shortly after making a confession, the female juvenile fled the scene on foot. She was quickly detained by deputies and resisted arrest before being taken into custody.
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Dec 12, 18, 01:29 PM #21
[I would make some kind of sarcastic remark here but this is a minor]
The minor then proves that the sarcastic remark is true by fleeing on foot AFTER making a confession. And then compounds the trouble she is in by resisting arrest.
[A further sarcastic remark is warranted here but I am keeping it to myself]
Dec 12, 18, 01:38 PM #22
I'm thinking they are going to take it to the limit and outright ban cell phones and social media at the school. I don't believe it is warranted but wouldn't put it past a high school in this day and age.
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Dec 12, 18, 01:41 PM #23
Dec 12, 18, 01:47 PM #24In general terms here everyone, when I was involved with the Juvenile Justice System in Kentucky the push was always to keep juveniles/minors (anyone under 18 in trouble) out of Juvenile Detention.
In cases like this I would like to see a mandatory 30 days straight in Juvenile Detention and then very strict probation until the offenders are 18.
Think about it, if we just slap these offenders on the wrist this kind of thing is going to happen again and again.
Dec 14, 18, 07:28 AM #25
Extra police presence at Dixie high school today because of a Snapchat threat. Parents, students and school officials on alert but the school is not closed.
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