ELDRIDGE, Iowa – Courtroom paperwork say a 12-year-old Iowa boy pointed a gun at his trainer’s face and pulled the set off, however the security was on.
The Courier stories that courtroom paperwork say the boy entered a North Scott Junior Excessive classroom on Aug. 31 with a .22-calibre handgun and ordered everybody to the ground earlier than he tried to shoot the trainer. Investigators say when the loaded gun failed to fireplace, the trainer wrestled it away from him.
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The boy is charged with tried homicide, having a weapon on faculty grounds and assault whereas displaying a harmful weapon. He stays within the Scott County Juvenile Detention Middle.
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The Related Press doesn’t typically title juveniles charged with crimes.