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Bank of America Plans on Talking to Gun Manufacturing Clients in Effort to ‘Help End the Tragedy of Mass Shootings’

At a CNN town hall on Wednesday, they urged elected officials to act and sparred with NRA representative Dana Loesch. Attendees visit the National Rifle Association booth during the annual Conservative Political Action Conference 2016 at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, outside Washington, D.C., on March 3, 2016.(Credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
Loesch said at the event that a flawed background check system was at the root of the issue. “I don’t believe this insane monster should have ever been able to obtain a firearm,” Loesch said, referring to the school shooter, who purchased the weapon legally. They’ve pulled discount deals they used to offer to NRA members, and one local bank in Omaha pledged to stop issuing an NRA-branded Visa card. (BRYAN R. After an AR-15-style rifle was used to murder 17 people at a Florida high school last week, the company said in a statement Saturday that it will “examine what we can do to help end the tragedy of mass shootings.”
“[A]n immediate step we’re taking is to engage the limited number of clients we have that manufacture assault weapons for non-military use to understand what they can contribute to this shared responsibility,” the statement reads. A Bank of America sign is seen in Chelsea, New York on January 8, 2018 in New York. Related stories

NRA Chief Blames FBI, ‘Failure of School Security’ for Florida Massacre, Says Democrats Have ‘Socialist’ Response And BlackRock, a giant investment firm that holds significant stakes in several major gun companies, said on Thursday that it plans to speak with major players in the gun industry to “understand their response to recent events.”
“Even if we disagree with management, we focus on engaging with the company and understanding how they are responding to society’s expectations of them,” BlackRock spokesperson Ed Sweeney said in a statement. High school students who survived the February 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida have driven forward a renewed national gun control debate. SMITH/AFP/Getty Images)
Bank of America did not detail any concrete actions it plans to take, but the announcement is the latest sign that businesses are increasingly willing to put pressure on the gun industry. Since Thursday, a wave of companies — including United and Delta airlines, Metlife and six car rental brands — have abandoned the National Rifle Association. Related Story Companies Cut Ties With National Rifle Association Amid Trending Hashtag #BoycottNRA

The teenagers have called for a reinstating a ban on the type of weapon that was used in the massacre, and students and teachers around the country have showed solidarity by staging sit-ins and walkouts. Bank of America wants to talk to gun makers about assault weapons. He also blasted liberals and called those who want stricter gun laws freedom-hating “European-style” socialists. But the NRA remains opposed to strengthening gun laws. Related Story Delta, United Airlines Join Growing List of Companies Cutting Ties With the NRA

None of those companies gave specific reasons for parting ways with the NRA, but their announcements came as the hashtag #BoycottNRA flooded social media. In a speech Thursday, NRA chief called for beefing up security in American schools.

Florida GOP Congressman, an Army Vet Who Served in Afghanistan, Calls for Ban on Assault Weapon Sales

A Republican congressman from Florida announced his support for a ban on assault weapon sales Friday in an op-ed in The New York Times. 24, 2017 in Fort Pierce, Florida. (Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Rep. Fenn Center on Feb. Rep. Mast also said he supports providing “behavior detection training” to anyone seeking a federal firearms license, making more resources available to schools to improve security measures, holding the “FBI and state agencies accountable for their failures to identify a threat like Nikolas Cruz” and “conducting further research into the nexus of gun violence, violence in mass media and mental illness.”
Mast’s op-ed came at the end of a week-long national conversation on gun violence and gun rights that included a listening session with President Donald Trump and a CNN town hall with survivors of the tragedy in Parkland, which left 17 dead. Brian Mast, who himself carries a concealed pistol, said in the op-ed that he supports “defining what constitutes an assault or tactical firearm and not allowing them for future purchase.”
An Army veteran, Mast said the rifle he used during combat in Afghanistan is “very similar to the AR-15-style semiautomatic weapon used to kill students, teachers and a coach I knew at Marjory Stoneman Douglass High School in Parkland, Fla., where I once lived.”
His combat weapon, he said, was “the best for killing our enemies.” And for that reason, he said, “I cannot support the primary weapon I used to defend our people being used to kill children I swore to defend.”

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Within his sharp critique of assault weapons, Mast defended the Second Amendment, calling it “unimpeachable.”
“I accept, however, that it does not guarantee that every civilian can bear any and all arms,” he said. Brian Mast, R-Fl, speaks during a town hall meeting at the Havert L. Related stories

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InfoWars YouTube Channel 2 Strikes Away From Being Banned After Video Portrays Shooting Survivor as Actor In addition to calling for a ban on future assault weapon sales, Mast said he supports universal background checks, a ban on the sale of “accessories and add-ons that circumvent the ban on automatic firearms” and a ban on gun sales to individuals who “have been detained for mental illness” or are “being looked at as a possible terrorist” by the government.

Vehicle Hits Security Barrier Near White House: Secret Service

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UPDATE: No law enforcement personnel were injured during the incident involving a vehicle hitting a barrier near the White House. Secret Service (@SecretService) February 23, 2018

UPDATE: The vehicle did not breach the security barrier of the White House complex. The incident occurred at 17th and E streets NW in Washington, on the west side of the White House complex. President Donald Trump is at the White House, having just completed talks and a news conference with his Australian counterpart. A passenger vehicle hit a security barrier near the White House on Friday, according to the Secret Service, though it didn’t breach the secure complex that surrounds the executive mansion. — U.S. — U.S. BREAKING: An individual driving a passenger vehicle struck a security barrier near the White House at 17th & E. — U.S. A file photo of the White House, pictured. (Credit: Google Maps)
The Secret Service said the driver of the vehicle was female and was immediately apprehended by uniformed officers. Secret Service (@SecretService) February 23, 2018 — U.S. Secret Service (@SecretService) February 23, 2018

UPDATE: The female driver of the vehicle was immediately apprehended by Secret Service Uniformed Division Officers.

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26-Minute Delay in Security Footage Misled Officers Responding to Florida School Shooting

The main difference, he said, was that officers thought they were going to confront the gunman. It was on a 26-minute delay, leading police to brace for a shootout when the gunman was actually long gone, Coral Springs Police Capt. Stand by for further. “He went from the third floor to the second floor. “I got a guy here outside the building that can get cameras,” says one voice. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office, which is leading the shooting investigation, also has not explained why the video was on tape delay. In reality, the shooter had already left Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. “They are monitoring the subject right now,” one person says. Broward County Public Schools had not responded to CNN’s request for comment Thursday about the school surveillance system. They’re monitoring him on camera.”
But the suspect had fled the building 26 minutes earlier, according to a preliminary timeline provided by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Related Story FBI Says ‘Processes’ Not Followed on Tip Regarding Confessed Florida School Shooter

McKeone said about 20 to 25 officers were on the first, second and third floors of the school when they thought the shooter was still inside. “We’re going to go inside and go get to the cameras.”

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By 2:54 p.m., police were watching the gunman, Nikolas Cruz, make his way through the building. 26.304503
-80.269457 Surveillance footage from the Florida high school where 17 people were fatally shot and more than a dozen others wounded was not shown live, as responding officers initially thought. But McKeone, one of the responding officers, said the delay did not hinder access to the victims. 17, 2018 in Parkland, Florida. Related Story President Trump Suggests Bonuses for Teachers Who Get Gun Training

“It had no delay. Brad McKeone said. “Somebody would say, ‘He’s on the second floor,’ and we had guys on the second floor saying, ‘We’re on the second floor, we don’t see him.’ That’s when we figured out there’s a tape delay,” Pustizzi told the Sun Sentinel. It didn’t slow us down to getting us to anybody,” McKeone told CNN. By 2:50 p.m., the suspect had already bought a drink at a Subway restaurant inside a Walmart store and left on foot, four minutes before scanner traffic said the gunman was still on the second floor of the school. Officers are seen in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as law enforcement officials continue their investigation of the shooting on Feb. According to police scanner traffic from the streaming website Broadcastify, at 2:43 p.m. (Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
“Nobody told us,” Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi told the Sun Sentinel, which first reported the tape delay. “I expected to be in a gun battle,” McKeone said. He may have a gas mask on now. 14, police found someone to give them access to the school’s security footage. on Feb. Gunman was already at Walmart
While the tape delay might not have increased the number of casualties, it did hamper efforts to locate the gunman.

Seal Beach Chef Accused of Raping Customer Released From Jail After DA Declines to File Charges

The Orange County District Attorney’s Office has declined to prosecute a Seal Beach chef who was arrested last week after being accused of raping a customer. He was suspended from the restaurant “pending the outcome” of the investigation, a statement on Bistro Saint Germain’s website read. Police investigated and arrested Matanane last Friday. She had no recollection of how she got to the unfamiliar location. “The Orange County District Attorney has requested additional information in order to go forward with filing sexual assault charges,” police Sgt. Inmate records indicate Darryl Lee Matanane was released from jail on Wednesday after the DA’s office refused to prosecute him. The woman told investigators she later woke up at a stranger’s apartment where she was sexually assaulted, police stated in a news release. Michael Henderson told the Register. Seal Beach released this booking photo of Darryl Matanane. The 55-year-old, an executive chef at Bistro Saint Germain in Seal Beach, was accused of raping a customer after giving her an alcoholic beverage at the restaurant, according to police. The case has been sent back to police to investigate further, the Orange County Register reported. 33.741408

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Troopers Buy $600 Plane Ticket to Help Distraught Woman Get Home for Florida Shooting Vigil

On the way into the terminal Judson ran into the troopers — Robert Troy and Thomas Karasinski — who noticed she looked upset. Pollack, 18, was the sister of Judson’s brother’s best friend, and Pollack’s dad has been a father figure to Judson’s family. “It was just a selfless, great act of humanity that they didn’t have to do,” she said. After she heard the news, all Judson wanted to do was go home to South Florida and be with her family. “Everyone (in the community) knows somebody involved somehow,” she said. “And I look up and they were handing over their credit cards.”
The one-way ticket cost more than $600. She explained her situation and that she was trying to buy a last-minute airline ticket to Florida. by Florida High School Shooting Survivors, Students Receives Donations From Oprah, Steven Spielberg
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Planned March on D.C. Her family friend Meadow Pollack was among them. The vigil in Parkland started at 6. Asked Tuesday about his efforts on her behalf, Karasinski said that as a state trooper he’s never paid so much out of his own pocket to help someone. She wasn’t sure she or her family could afford it. They just figured it was the right thing to do. “It’s already done,” one of them said. It wasn’t. She also is a 2012 graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, where 17 students and faculty were killed last Wednesday. “I just got out of the car and I started crying because I realized this (flight) was the only thing separating me from New York and Florida,” she said. But she might never have made it if it wasn’t for two generous New York state troopers. Judson went to the ticket counter and called her mother in tears, trying to find a way to make the flight work. And then Troy and Karasinski showed up again. There was no discussion between him and Troy beforehand, he said. “Meadow’s dad helped raise my brother.”
Judson didn’t find out until last Thursday, the day after the shooting, that Pollack was killed. Judson told the officers they didn’t have to do it. Jordana Judson lives in New York. She didn’t even pack a bag. Jordana Judson, 23, graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, where 17 students and faculty were killed. But when she heard about the Florida school shooting last week, it hit close to home. “I’m on the phone with my mom,” she said. They offered to help. ‘I just got out of the car and I started crying’
Judson, who works in public relations, began searching for flights online, hoping it would be a quick and affordable process. In a phone interview with CNN, Judson said she has volunteered for several community organizations in Parkland, worked with special needs children and taught dance classes for kids who could not afford a studio. But in the time it took her to get to the airport, the only remaining seat on the flight she was looking at had sold. Still, Judson said she was floored by their generosity and compassion. She immediately knew she had to get home in time for the funeral, and for a candlelight vigil Thursday night. The two officers decided on the spot to split the cost of Judson’s flight and help her get home to her family. Thinking that dealing with the issue in person would be easier, she drove to LaGuardia Airport. “I can guarantee that any other law enforcement agency would do the same thing if they were in my shoes,” Karasinski said. in West Palm Beach. (Credit: Jordana Judson via CNN Wire)
Judson, 23, graduated from Florida State University, which had a school shooting a few years ago. Judson made it in time. So maybe good karma can explain what the troopers did for her. “I spent my whole life giving back,” she said.

Florida School Shooting Survivors Deliver Message to Lawmakers: Enough Is Enough

Less than a week after the shooting, the Florida state House voted down a motion to consider a bill that would ban assault rifles, essentially killing the measure for this year. “I still totally believe that but I think that there should be a limit to who could acquire such weaponry.”
He said some people should not have access to guns. the police, we should be able defend ourselves as citizens,” he said. 21, 2018. “It was just so heartbreaking to see how many (voters’) names were up there, especially after it was my school,” said Sheryl Acquaroli, 16, a junior at Stoneman Douglas. “We have such a limited government that should not be totally reliant on … It’s the individual themself (that becomes) the issue, not the weapon that they’re holding.”
As the Florida students rally for change, their community will say goodbye Wednesday to two of the 17 victims killed last week. Hundreds of the students trekked to Stoneman Douglas High about 10 miles away. ‘That’s unacceptable’
Their calls for change suffered a major setback Tuesday. That doesn’t make it a dangerous neighborhood or them dangerous individuals. “I have individuals in my neighborhood that own an AR-15. The 36-71 vote in the Republican-dominated body left some students in tears. “It shows that they don’t care about us.”
Kyle Kashuv, 16, a Stoneman Douglas student, identifies as a Republican and a conservative. “The problem is not owning an AR-15, it’s the person that owns it. Governor working on proposal
Republican Florida Gov. by Florida High School Shooting Survivors, Students Receives Donations From Oprah, Steven Spielberg Over the weekend, Sen. (Credit: CNN)
In the days following the massacre at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland a week ago, students have turned into activists, protesting and making social media appeals to state officials to demand gun reform. Rick Scott held a roundtable on school safety Tuesday, and planned to have a proposal by Friday. “It seemed almost heartless how they immediately pushed the button to say no.”
Stoneman Douglas students in the gallery during the vote were stunned. “If you’re not of the right mindset, you’re not mentally stable, then you should not be able to acquire that,” he said. “They can change the world, and we can only go with them,” said Darren Levin, a teacher at the school. Florida students march on the state Capitol on Feb. President Donald Trump is expected to hold a listening session with students and teachers, but the impact of those conversations remains unclear. The debate on gun control is not limited to Florida. We’re fighting for the future kids that we’re going to have, and that’s why we’re marching and that’s why we’re here talking to our senators and our representatives,” said Sofie Whitney, one of dozens of Stoneman Douglas students who traveled 450 miles away to Tallahassee. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
Fueled by grief and anger over the killing of 17 people at their Florida high school, the students have a message for lawmakers: Enough is enough. A visitation is planned for Aaron Feis, an assistant football coach killed when he threw himself in front of students to protect them from oncoming bullets. “If you’re not with us, you’re against us,” he said. James Lankford, a Republican from Oklahoma, said guns weren’t the problem as much as who is able to get a gun. Lauren Book, a Democrat from Florida. “That’s unacceptable,” student Spencer Blum said of the vote. Chris Grady, 19, a senior at the high school, said the message to lawmakers is simple. He said he has always been pro-guns, but looks at things differently since the shooting. “I am bringing local and state leaders together to find solutions on how to prevent violence in our schools and keep guns out of the hands of mentally ill individuals,” he said. “And you’re against saving the lives of innocent children and we are going to be voting you out.”
The students will hold various rallies in Tallahassee and hold a news conference with Sen. “We’re fighting for the friends we lost. Under the rallying cry of #NeverAgain, dozens of students and staff who survived the shooting will gather again Wednesday in front of the state Capitol in Tallahassee to continue their appeal for stricter gun laws. Chris Hixon, an athletic director who also served as the school’s wrestling coach, will be laid to rest Wednesday. Again, you not go back to the how of what particular weapon is chosen, it’s the why,” Lankford said on NBC’s “Meet the Press. 27.664827

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In Boca Raton, about 1,500 students walked out of a high school Tuesday in solidarity with shooting survivors. Kionne McGhee of Miami had requested that HB 219 — which would ban AR-15 rifles and other guns defined as “assault weapons” and large capacity magazines — be moved from committee to the House floor for questions, debate and a vote. House Rep.

Trump Challenges Sessions to Investigate Obama, Democrats on Russia’s Election Meddling

“He will never get over Sessions recusing himself,” a person familiar with the President’s thinking said. Last month, the Trump administration decided against implementing the sanctions against Russia and instead published a list of already prominent Russian oligarchs. Trump and Putin discussed election interference in Hamburg, Germany, in July 2017. The Justice Department is tasked with investigating crimes committed in the United States, making Trump’s tweet a suggestion that the former Obama administration committed a crime by not stopping Russia. One person said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s televised announcement Friday of indictments against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities for allegedly meddling in the 2016 presidential election reignited Trump’s anger at Sessions. While Trump and even some Democrats have criticized the Obama administration for not speaking up enough on Russia’s actions before the election, Obama did take some steps to reprimand the country. to Propose Regulations Banning Bump Stocks
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President Trump Takes Aim at Rep. “Why didn’t Obama do something about the meddling? Trump has yet to impose sanctions overwhelmingly passed by Congress last year and missed deadlines to identify which Russian individuals and entities would be on the sanctions list. President Donald Trump, after being criticized for his response to Russia’s election meddling, challenged Attorney General Jeff Sessions to launch an investigation into the Obama administration for failing to do enough to stop the 2016 election foreign interference. U.S. Sanders suggested on Tuesday that more action to confront Russia was soon to be released. During his last two years in office, Obama also imposed sanctions on Russian individuals and entities for election meddling, kicked out 35 Russian diplomats and closed two Kremlin compounds in the United States. Obama confronted Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 meeting in China in 2016, something Trump has yet to forcefully do in meetings with the Russian leader. “Question: If all of the Russian meddling took place during the Obama Administration, right up to January 20th, why aren’t they the subject of the investigation?” Trump tweeted Wednesday morning. Trump and his top aides, in an attempt to protect the President and the White House from a steady stream of stories about special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into election meddling, has started to fault the Obama administration for not doing enough when the former president was in control. He later deleted the original tweet and corrected the spelling error. It was clear to people Trump was speaking with over the weekend and sources with knowledge of his feelings, though, that his disdain for Sessions hasn’t gone away. (Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
The tweet is the latest in a series where Trump faults former President Barack Obama for not doing enough to stop Russian meddling, but the first time Trump has suggested that Sessions — the man he picked to lead the Justice Department but has maintained a grudge against for the better part of a year — wasn’t doing enough. Trump later said he thought the Russian leader was earnest when he denied any election meddling. The two, according to a source, did not interact much while taking photos. Ask Jeff Session!”
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Trump Directs Justice Dept. The Justice Department declined to comment on Trump’s tweet. It’s unlikely, though, that Sessions is going anywhere soon, given how any confirmation battle for a new attorney general would be a protracted and deeply partisan fight. Attorney General Jeff Sessions pauses during a Public Safety Medal of Valor award ceremony at the East Room of the White House February 20, 2018 in Washington, DC. Schiff Ahead of Push to Release Democrats’ Memo Trump and Sessions were in the Oval Office together on Tuesday during an event honoring law enforcement officials. Grudge against Sessions
Trump has nursed a grudge against Sessions ever since the former Alabama senator decided to recuse himself from all Justice Department investigations into the 2016 campaign, including the ongoing Russia probe. The President also has come to believe Sessions is in over his head at the Justice Department, this person says. “He has been tougher on Russia in the first year than Obama was in eight years combined,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said during Tuesday’s White House briefing. Last year he slammed Sessions on Twitter for taking “a VERY weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes (where are E-mails & DNC server) & Intel leakers” and described his as “beleaguered” in a tweet that asked why he wasn’t “looking into Crooked Hillarys crimes & Russia relations?”
Even still, Sessions has remained in the administration despite regularly drawing Trump’s ire.

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‘Attentive’ Safety Officer Helps Thwart Alleged School Shooting Plot at High School in South Whittier, Sheriff Says

The department is not releasing his name due to the suspect’s age. In addition, the incident at El Camino High School last week marked the second serious threat since Valentine’s Day, the sheriff said. One was registered to the man and another was unregistered, which is a felony in the state, McDonnell added. The weapons were found unsecured in the home, meaning any resident — adult or juvenile — had access to them. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
A recent threat to commit a shooting at El Camino High School in South Whittier was thwarted thanks to a safety officer who overheard the “disgruntled” student and alerted authorities, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said Wednesday. “Parents, this should be a wake-up call for us,” he said. If you don’t talk to them, someone else will.”

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-118.019160 I said, ‘Well you can’t say those things on a school campus,'” Chavez recalled. He described El Camino as a small, alternative school, with more than 200 students enrolled. The sheriff credited “attentive” school resource personnel — in particular the safety officer — as well as “diligent” investigators, with preventing what he said could have been a dangerous outcome. “Early reporting is important,” Chavez said. The safety officer questioned the student and brought him to the administration office. Since the Florida school shooting on Feb. On Feb. Still, a modest Chavez declined to call himself a hero, telling the gathered crowd of reports that his actions were just part of the job. A weapons cache confiscated from the home of a 17-year-old who allegedly threatened to shoot up his Whittier-area high school is shown at a sheriff’s news conference on Feb. An aerial view of El Camino High School in the unincorporated community of South Whittier is seen on Feb. The student apparently indicated he was going to “shoot up the campus,” though he didn’t issue a threat against any specific individuals, according to Jacobsen. Security Officer Marino Chavez speaks at a news conference on Feb. 21, 2018. 14, there have been 19 school-related threats in L.A. The 17-year-old apparently threatened to bring a firearm to the continuation school’s campus after a disagreement with a teacher over headphones he had with him at the time, said Robert Jacobsen, the general counsel for the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District. “Please talk to your kids, no matter how young they are, about the challenges that we’re all facing in society today. As Chavez moved to get authorities involved, the teen tried to walk back the comment. Students were headed to back to class after lunch break when Marino Chavez, a school safety officer who was been with the district for 28 years, overheard the student mumble the threat. “No, I’m not a hero, just doing my job,” he said. Chavez went over to the student to confirm what he heard, that within three weeks there would be a school shooting on campus, he recounted at a late-morning news conference on Wednesday. (Credit: Steve Kuzj / KTLA)
The teen’s older brother, a 28-year-old Army veteran, told investigators that the firearms were his, and had been legally purchased in Texas and sent back to California, the sheriff said. He also searched the teen for weapons but found none. A search warrant was served at the teen’s residence where authorities discovered two AR-15 rifles, two handguns and 90 high-capacity magazines, according to McDonnell. County that have been reported to the FBI, according to McDonnell. 15, a day before the school shooting threat, a student who was suspended for using his cellphone in class told his mother he wanted administrators dead. Authorities arrested the student on suspicion of making criminal threats, he said. Deputies from the Norwalk Sheriff’s Station responded to the high school, located at 14625 Keese Drive, to investigate a criminal threats call, a news release from the department stated. Their home was searched but no weapons were located. When they arrived, deputies learned a school security officer overheard the student “threaten the occurrence of a shooting at the school,” the release read. 21, 2018. (Credit: KTLA)
The incident took place last Friday, just two days after a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, left 17 people dead. There was a swift action that could possibly prevent another tragic event.”
The suspect had an extensive disciplinary history at the school, and investigators learned a Smith & Wesson semi-automatic weapon was registered to his home address in Norwalk, Sheriff Jim McDonnell said at the news conference. Meanwhile, law enforcement personnel were called to the scene to aid in the investigation. 21, 2018. She in turn reported it to authorities and the woman’s son was detained, according to McDonnell. “In the incident at El Camino High School, I felt it important to immediately contact the Sheriff’s Department. The brother was also arrested and faces several charges, including possession of an assault weapon, import of high-capacity magazines, criminal storage of firearms and failure to register a personal handgun, according to McDonnell. (Credit: KTLA)
“He did say that he was just kidding, he did not mean it.

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California Motorists Under 21 Could Lose License if Caught Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana

California motorists under the age of 21 would lose their driver’s license for a year if caught driving with marijuana in their system under new legislation, though the state still is developing methods of measuring the drug in the body and determining a standard for impairment. Orange County sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Puckett checks a motorist’s identification at a DUI checkpoint. “This bill will save lives by making it illegal for drivers under age 21 to drive under the influence of marijuana, just like current law for alcohol,” Hill said in a statement. 36.778261
-119.417932 Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) said he proposed the law so that the state would have the same “zero tolerance” policy for pot that it has for those under 21 who drive under the influence of alcohol. SB 1273 would target drivers under 21 who are pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and who test positive for delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive agent in marijuana. (Credit: Al Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
State Sen. Read the full story on The bill foresees using an oral swab saliva test or another chemical field test.