Ham told reporters the shooter fired at the bottom of a classroom door, which was locked, and pellets struck the victim in the ankle. "I want to be put away where I can't hurt anybody", said Bouche.
Suspect Sky Bouche said that he was while being headed by officers, sorry.
On Friday, April 20th, a day dedicated to school walkouts in protest to gun violence, and as a remembrance of the anniversary of Columbine, a student was shot at Forest High School in Ocala, Florida. Instead, they experienced their own traumatic event.
School walkouts were canceled districtwide in Marion County after the shooting, according to school board member Nancy Stacy.
When one reporter asked if Bouche was "trying to shoot someone", he shook his head.
Chris Oliver said his 16-year-old son, a Forest student, told him the shooting happened near his classroom. After saying he and the Sheriff's Office use it, he added, "Social media is destructive".
A call was placed to law enforcement at 8:39 a.m.to report the shooting and by 8:42 a.m. the shooter was in custody, according to the Ocala Star Banner.
"[School violence] has made its way home", he said.
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"It's not anger, it's not hatred, it's an adrenaline rush that, you know, I'm about to do something". "I spend most of my time in a room alone so I'm getting this rush, so that's what I was feeling". "Society has changed since I was in school", Billy Woods, Marion County Sheriff, told CNN. The victim was transported to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Peterson has said he believed the shooter was outside and followed his training. McManis-Panasuk talked to Bouche, who was her student before he dropped out.
Forest Excessive has an enrollment of greater than 2,000 college students, in keeping with the Nationwide Heart for Training Statistics.
"He wanted to be arrested", McManis-Panasuk said.
"I did not take anybody", he thought to strangers. The sheriff's office said no other schools in the county were under any threat.
Parents rushed to the school to pick up rattled children, only to be directed elsewhere by sheriff's deputies. Florida is home to so many courageous law enforcement officers, like Deputy Long, who work every single day and put their lives on the line to keep our families safe.
"It's a shame what society has come to, and that we even have to be here on a school campus".
Police have praised the quick thinking of students and teachers who piled desks and cabinets against classroom doors to make barricades.
Cleve R. Wootson contributed to this article.