Boy, 11, accused of bringing gun, ammo to school

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  1. deen_ad

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    The Wire: OregonLive.com

    http://www.columbian.com/news/2013/oct/23/weapon-ammunition-found-inside-frontier-middle-sch/


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    "A gun is like a parachute. If you need one and don't have it, you'll probably never need one again!"
     
  2. PiratePast40

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    An 11 year old booked on attempted murder charges? Way too much missing information here.
     
  3. duane black

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    Saw this on the news this morning, my child's school district...

    Sigh..
     
  4. Caveman Jim

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    I believe that social networking with young kids is a big problem these days.Mine are grown and thankfully they missed out on it.
    I can only hope that parents today will pony up and take charge of their children's lives and show them how life is supposed to be handled.
     
  5. 308

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    >400rnds of what ammo....maybe a used brick of .22?

    Regardless, the kid has issues apparently and those issues are probably related to parents who have no real. loving relationship with their child.
     
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    Maybe he had a misfire? Who knows. Usual SOP is to go big with initial charges so they get plead down with no trial.
     
  7. SCARed

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    I didn't watch any of the coverage on this, but was told his own mother found items missing and called the school.
     
  8. razormanxx

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    She called because kitchen knives were gone, she'd had no idea guns were missing. Why lock up guns when you have an unstable 11 year old?
     
  9. Kevatc

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    If the gun wasn't fired where is the basis for the attempted murder charge?
     
  10. oknow

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    Exactly he was bringing them for show and tell.
     

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