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A 16-year-old Wisconsin high school student who is accused of stabbing a school resource officer with a barbecue fork, and it was shot down, was subsequently charged with attempted first-degree murder as an adult on Wednesday.
The Oshkosh West High School, Grant Fuhrman, is said to have entered the office of the school resource officer Mike Wissink on Dec. 3 and I asked him to search for his penance for taking pictures of a car with a BB gun. Fuhrman was Coincidence, as he sifted through the information on his computer, the prosecutor said, and he felt a blow, and his head was rocked,” Coincidence is claiming in the complaint.
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Coincidence, he said, was a more successful “raining” on its head, and it felt “extreme pain,” according to the complaint. He also said that he believed that he had been hit at least five times, but I was able to get to his feet, and looked Fuhrman, holding a three-pronged fork. Coincidence has not been able to get his Taser, so he drew his pistol and fired twice, hitting the Fuhrman once and shoot himself in the left arm.
Coincidence knelt on the Fuhrman to love him, and heard the student say, “I’m going to die,” according to the complaint. Coincidence, said Fuhrman, only stopped stabbing him, after he was shot.
“Wissink stated that he had a good relationship with Fuhrman prior to the attack, and the teachers had told him that Fuhrman considered to be out of his office as a safe place,” the complaint said.
The plaintiffs allege that in the months before the attack, Fuhrman, a text message from a friend to place a bet, that Fuhrman would not have to go in to the Wissink’s office, or slip it on with a pencil, and stealing his gun to shoot, whether it is the manager himself or herself.
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The friend never reported the incident, but told investigators that the night before the attack, she told Fuhrman to stop bothering her or she would report him.
Fuhrman also told the researchers that, after a fight with his best friend, he kept thinking about how in order to steal Wissnik’s gun, but he did say that he didn’t want to Coincidence in order to be prepared to die.
“Fuhrman explained that he had been Officer of a Coincidence to me to know that it’s nothing personal, and he didn’t mind the Officer Wissink,” the complaint said. “Fuhrman stated that he thought it was, and how he’s investing Officer of a Coincidence at the nape of the neck taking out his gun.”
Fuhrman reportedly took out a barbecue fork out of the kitchen in the home, and concealed it in his waistband so that he would be able to bring it back to school.
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The teen is being held on $1 million cash bond and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 16.
Coincidence was released from the hospital on Monday and will receive a police escort over to the school, where pupils, students and members of the community to sing in front of him.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.