Mailhoit was in psychology class when the shooting happened. "One alarming trend is that the overwhelming majority of 21st-century shooters were adolescents, suggesting that it is now easier for them to access guns, and that they more frequently suffer from mental health issues or limited conflict resolution skills". Our country is now averaging a staggering 1.25 school shootings a week, and here in Florida this is our second school shooting of 2018.
But the truth is that school shootings have dramatically increased in frequency over the years, and what was once considered to be a freak occurrence has now become sad recurring reality.
Maier decided six weeks ago not to allow students to walk out of school on Friday.
An anonymous law enforcement source has told SOFREP that the shooter was an adult, not a student, but had previously attended the school.
Updated, 11:59 a.m.: Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods hosted a press conference to provide updates shortly before noon.
The Sheriff's Office also said late Friday it had obtained a risk-protection order against Bouche, barring him from possessing guns.
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In the Sheriff's office said that the children will be sent to the First Baptist Church in the South-East of the city of Ocala, where you can pick them up. The students would be allowed to hold student-led discussions on a chosen topic for 30 minutes, which Maier touted as a civics lesson.
"Marion County does everything to protect their kids", Woods said.
In a photograph Mailhiot shared on social media, the classroom door is invisible behind a tall pile of furniture. "I didn't, I just dropped it", Bouche said.
She that once she's reunited with her daughter, she will "stick to her like Velcro".
Marion County sheriff's detectives escort a handcuffed and shackled Sky Bouche, 19, to a waiting patrol vehicle on Friday in Ocala, Fla. They divided into teams that cleared all buildings, vehicles and the parking lot area. As of Friday morning, all of the students were reported off the campus.
The Washington Post was unable to reach the teacher Saturday, but she told the Ocala Star Banner that her former student had been abused by his family and that this time, "he was done".