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A Texas high school student was arrested Tuesday after the alleged ill-treatment of his client, a police officer, and a threat of a weapon to be used in a school shooting, reports said.
Jaelon Gipson, 17, allegedly threatened to pull a gun out of his backpack and started shooting at the Terrell High School, Terrell ISD police chief, Gary Monk, was told, inForney.com.
Listening to his threats, the students reported to have a gun, comments on the school and the police were called to the scene around 12:41 a.m. on Tuesday, according to the outlet.
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Jaelon Gipson, 17, was arrested on Tuesday after he assaulted his client, a police officer, threatening with a weapon, use it to start a school shooting, reports say.
(Kaufman County Jail)
“It was a gesture of good will to achieve and to act in the way that he was pulling out a gun,” Monk added.
While the police didn’t find a gun to Gipson, he was found to have 2 grams of marijuana in his possession.
The Texas Education Code states that “the person intentionally exhibits, uses, or threatens to exhibit or use a firearm,” it is classified as a third degree felony.
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If Gipson was in the school, and the offices of the administrators, told the police that he was assaulted in the school by the principal, and kicked the car of a police officer, resulting in about $ 1,200 worth of damage, according to the fox4news.com.
Gipson was charged with assault of a public servant, criminal mischief, a fire on the campus or on a school bus, resisting arrest, and possession of under 2 ounces of marijuana.
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He was booked into the Kaufman County Jail on Thursday. He is currently being held on bonds totaling $335,000.