Dimitrios Pagourtzis: 17-Year-Old Santa Fe High School Shooting Suspect Yelled “Surprise!” Before Opening Fire

Dimitrios Pagourtzis: 17-Year-Old Santa Fe High School Shooting Suspect Yelled “Surprise!” Before Opening Fire

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[ad_1] 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis has been identified as the suspect from the Santa Fe High School shooting that left at least 10 people dead and 12 injured Friday (May 18).Initial reports stated that eight people were killed, however, that number eventually rose to 10, with officials saying that nine students and one adult were among the fatalities.Pagourtzis is currently being held at Galveston County Jail on charges of capital murder without bond and additional charges may follow, the Galveston County Sheriff’s office says.According to CNN, a second possible suspect, an 18-year-old who police called a “person of interest,” was detained at the scene in relation to the shooting and is being investigated as a possible accomplice. His or her name hasn’t been released.Here’s what you need to know about Dimitrios…
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California Teacher Accidentally Shoots Gun in Classroom & Injures 3 Students During Safety Lesson

California Teacher Accidentally Shoots Gun in Classroom & Injures 3 Students During Safety Lesson

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[ad_1] And President Trump believes teachers should be armed with guns… As many as three students at a California High school was injured after a teacher accidentally fired a gun inside a classroom. According to a press release from Seaside Police Department, the teacher has been identified as Dennis Alexander. Alexander worked as a math teacher at Seaside High School in Monterey County and is a reserve police officer with the Sand City Police Department. He is also a city councilman. He was teaching a class on gun safety when he pointed a semiautomatic weapon at the ceiling and it accidentally fired a shot. Seaside Police confirmed 17-year-old student Fermin Gonzales was struck in the neck by debris or a fragment from the ceiling after the weapon was discharged, and an…
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Teacher Investigated for Accusing “Moronic Ethnic” With “Parents Too Busy Buying Drugs” of Stealing Computer Mouse

Teacher Investigated for Accusing “Moronic Ethnic” With “Parents Too Busy Buying Drugs” of Stealing Computer Mouse

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[ad_1] A Lousiana math teacher is under investigation after leaving a racially charged message on a whiteboard in his classroom. In a message accusing one of his students of stealing a computer mouse from his classroom, Pickering High School teacher Randolph Perez wrote: “Welcome to Room 312. To the moronic, self obsessed ethnic who stole the mouse from the back computer: the fact that you do not know both your parents, and that the so called adults that are caring for you can not afford a five dollar part because they are too busy buying drugs and [scoring] cigars at the Shop-Rite does not change the fact that you are nothing more than a two bit thief and a waste of carbon and oxygen.” Britny Taylor, a senior at Pickering…
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