Two sixth graders are charged for plotting to ‘shoot up’ their elementary school on the final day of the year after police find a hand-drawn map of the campus…(4 Attacks…)

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
By Paul Martin

The two children were arrested after their school resource officer heard a ‘rumor’ about them compiling a ‘hit list’
No hit list was found but the officer found a hand-drawn map of South Cumberland Elementary School
The kids then confessed they planned to store weapons in their locker room until the final day of the year
They then wanted to attack staff and students and then kill themselves, they said
No weapons were found in either child’s home or on campus
Their motive remains unclear but both are in juvenile detention on conspiracy to commit murder charges

30 April 2019

Two sixth graders have been charged with attempted murder after plotting to carry out a mass shooting at their school in Tennessee.

The children have not been named and their ages have not been released but they are likely to be 11 or 12.

They were arrested on April 26 in Crossville, Tennessee.

According to police, a school resource officer found out about their plan and discovered the pair had put together a hand-drawn map of South Cumberland Elementary School.

They later confessed that for two weeks, they had been discussing a plan to store weapons in their school locker room then, on the final day of the year, use them to commit mass murder.

They planned to enter the building through the back door, retrieve the weapons then shoot their classmates and teachers before taking their own lives.

No weapons were found in either child’s home and they had not put any on campus. It is unclear what their motive for the attack was.

‘There wasn’t a hit list but there was a plot and a map.

‘The sixth grade students planned to bring guns to school and they hide them in lockers and somewhere towards the end of school, they were going to come in and shoot faculty and staff,’ Sheriff Gary Howard said at a press conference about the investigation.

According to police, both of the children’s parents are being cooperative with the investigation.

The students are now being held at the Cumberland County Juvenile Detention Facility, awaiting their first court hearing.

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