AUSTIN – UPDATE: The FBI’s criminal complaint against the Austin man accused of planning a mass shooting is now amended to state that during the search of his residence, “numerous items were recovered to indicate the usage of marijuana in addition to the sale of marijuana.” He had pipes which appeared to contain residue from previous use, according to the complaint. “Boehle also told FBI investigators that he used marijuana for a medical condition.”
The records submitted also showed Boehle was charged with driving while intoxicated on April 9. That case is being “held.” On the day of the arrest, Boehle was charged by the state with possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. He was “released without prosecution.”
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An employee with the Aurora, Colo., District Attorney’s office called local police this week to report concerns she had about a relative of one of the victims in the 2012 movie theater mass shooting, Athens-Clarke County police said.
The employee said she first met the man, who lived in an Athens homeless camp, after he moved to Colorado to be with his family members in their time of grief, according to police.
In a Tuesday phone conversation with the DA’s employee, the man reportedly mentioned being off of medications for more than a year and threatened to go to a police station to have officers there shoot him, according to police.
The case was referred to a member of the Athens-Clarke County police mental health unit.
December 3, 2016, 7:46 AM|
The quick actions of a Utah mom and dad averted what could have been another terrible school tragedy this week. On Thursday morning, their son brought guns to his middle school. But parents were able to prevent bloodshed by noticing signs of unusual dress and behavior and reacting before it was too late. Carter Evans reports.
LAS VEGAS, NV (KSNV) A 15-year-old Las Vegas high school student has been arrested for allegedly plotting a mass shooting at Desert Oasis High School.
“The student did not appear to have any vendetta against any other students. At this point, it looks like he was acting alone and had made some plans that he was going to do a mass shooting in the near future,” said Clark County School District Police Captain Ken Young.
Police say the plans were thwarted because of an alert from a parent in Arizona who overheard a conversation between her child and another student.
That parent alerted Las Vegas law enforcement which then investigated and found out the threat was real.
“I heard after he was arrested there were police around the school. Everyone was wondering what was going on,” said Ryley Tolle, a senior of Desert Oasis.