Mosier said the fact that the incident occurred during dismissal did cause concern for school officials. That’s what made the employee’s actions so vital, he said. Capital Reporter Phil Davis discusses the sentencing case of a Baltimore man facing 18 months in jail for a crash that killed the “goodwill ambassador of Glen Burnie,” in which Circuit Court Judge Ronald Silkworth added a specific caveat.
In his statement of probable cause, Bonnett wrote that one of the school’s employees saw Weems with what he believed to be a silver handgun. The employee said he saw Weems take the gun out of his backpack and then put it back in, Bonnett said.As thousands of students were leaving school, the employee saw something suspicious and not only alerted the proper people, but also kept track of where the student was in a “sea of people,” Mosier said.
Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Paul Harris Jr. found John Havermann, 19, not guilty of two misdemeanor hate crimes after he and another man admitted hanging a noose at Crofton Middle School last year. (Thalia Juarez | BSMG)