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Accused Freeman High School shooter Caleb Sharpe often messaged friends and classmates about acquiring material for bombs, according to court documents.
The attorney for accused Freeman High School shooter Caleb Sharpe entered a written not guilty plea into the record on Thursday, according to new court documents.
When Spokane County Sheriff’s detectives searched Caleb Sharpe’s home, they found he had marked out the faces of fellow classmates in the Freeman High School yearbook. “X = kill,” Detective Mike Drapeau wrote in court records.
A parent and a school official confirmed for the first time Friday that the Freeman School District knew Caleb Sharpe had handed notes to students threatening to do something stupid, and that the school responded by suspending him.
A mother left her car on Highway 27 in Rockford to run to Freeman High School to find her children Wednesday after a fatal shooting was reported there. Someone then broke into her car, stole her purse and has racked up $36,000 in fraudulent purchases.
One of the teenage girls shot and injured in Wednesday’s school shooting was released from the hospital Thursday, according to a hospital news release.
When Caleb Sharpe told police he opened fire on his Freeman High School classmates to “teach everyone a lesson about what happens when you bully others” his story fell into a simple, and oft-repeated formula.
Caleb Sharpe began months ago making videos with guns and bragged to several friends when he figured out the combination to his father’s gun safe.
Friends and classmates described suspected Freeman High School shooter Caleb Sharpe as quiet and sometimes quirky, but said they were surprised to see him turn violent. His YouTube antics, however, were well-known to some of his classmates.