The statement was posted to Rubio’s web site shortly after The Huffington Post first reported BSO Deputy Moises Carotti was found sleeping in his patrol vehicle outside the school’s northwest building.
Defense lawyer Joseph Kimok objected to the bond amount, noting that a typical case of trespassing comes with a $25 bond. A judge imposed the high bond amount and many other restrictions.
According to an arrest report, that student approached Salter and that’s when she pulled out a 2-inch knife. The student, who identity has not been revealed, was removed from class after the social media post was discovered.
A friend of Nicholas Cruz’s family, the teenage boy who murdered 17 people on February 14th in high school from which he was expelled in Florida, told the media on Tuesday that he had phoned the police three times to warn them that the young man was risky, a few weeks before the tragedy.
The students weren’t the only problem for the school. “We can never replace the 17 lives lost, and we can never erase the traumatic experience that lives on in the memories of those who survived this horrific attack”.
Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer said in an order dated Wednesday that attorney Alex Arreaza lacks legal standing to make such a motion.
Florida’s new gun safety law includes the creation of a commission tasked with investigating the failings that led up to last month’s mass school shooting in Parkland.
“That a deputy was sleeping is incredibly disappointing”, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said.
The public defenders representing Cruz have said the 19-year-old will plead guilty if prosecutors take the death penalty off the table.
In a letter sent to parents Wednesday, Superintendent Robert Runcie detailed a two-tiered safety approach for students to follow when they return from break.
News organizations including The Associated Press are seeking additional external surveillance video depicting the law enforcement response to the shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people.
Classrooms at each school are to remain locked throughout the day, as well as every point of entry on campus.
Already heightened security was being bolstered Thursday at the Florida high school that became the scene of a massacre last month, with Gov. Rick Scott ordering eight highway patrol troopers to help secure the grounds.
“While we can’t change the heartbreaking and senseless act of violence at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, by working together, we can change the future”, Runcie wrote.
Students were shocked to hear about the arrests of their peers. He spent less than 10 minutes there after entering the north gate on Holmberg Road, the same gate his brother entered on the day of the shooting, and exiting at a gate near the front entrance on Pine Island Road.
Salter’s arrest Tuesday at the school was not the only one.