Update: Plummer-Worley Says Rock-sized Object Shattered Bus Window

Update: Plummer-Worley Says Rock-sized Object Shattered Bus Window

by Sami Edge, IdahoEdNews.org

Update: Plummer-Worley says rock-sized object shattered bus window

Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on September 14, 2020


New video shows that an object the size of a large rock or a potato shattered the windows of a bus carrying Lakeside High students home from a football game in Clark Fork on Friday night, Plummer-Worley Superintendent Russ Mitchell said in a news release on Monday.

Law enforcement agencies have a list of potential suspects involved in breaking the windows, Mitchell said. The Bonners County Sheriff’s Office, FBI and other north Idaho agencies continue to investigate the cause of the Friday night incident.

In a Facebook post this weekend Mitchell alleged that an object was “shot” through one of the bus windows, but no players were seriously hurt. It is still unclear exactly what the object was, or how it was projected through the bus window. A public information officer for the Bonners County Sheriff’s Office did not return a message from Idaho Education News on Monday morning.

Orion Taylor, a junior on the Football team, told EdNews on Saturday that the object nearly hit him when it shattered the window next to his head. He speculated the object might have been a bullet.

News release from superintendent Russ Mitchell on Monday, Sept. 14


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