Police say district allowed suspect to ride bus to school before arrest
By Meaghan Downs
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 8:18 am
A male Anderson County middle school student was arrested last Wednesday morning as he exited his school bus and charged with 32 felony counts of terroristic threatening for possessing a “hit list.”
According to School Resource Officer Joe Saunier, the “hit list” contained the names of 32 Anderson County middle school students.
Because of privacy concerns, Saunier could not release the name of the student or describe what hit list entailed other than that it listed students’ names.
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