Published: Thu, March 22, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Parkland Students Arrested for Bringing Knives to School

Parkland Students Arrested for Bringing Knives to School

Cruz also must wear an ankle monitor and must stay at least 500ft away from any school or daycare center. He was surrounded by three deputies.

The teen's attorney argued the bond for misdemeanor trespassing is typically $25.

Deputies will be allowed to search Cruz's home in Lantana for guns, the judge ruled, adding that the teen must submit to a psychological evaluation. But so anxious is the Broward Sheriff's Office that it moved Tuesday to have Zachary Cruz involuntarily committed, and petitioned a judge to strip him of his right to own or possess a gun under a new state law passed as a result of Nikolas Cruz's February 14 rampage.

The law lets a law enforcement officer temporarily seize firearms from someone they're already taking into custody for an involuntary mental health assessment.

Two Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have been arrested for bringing weapons to school just a month after the Valentine's Day massacre that left 17 dead in Parkland, Florida. School officials had warned Cruz to stay away from the school, but he said he chose to skateboard through the campus to "reflect on the school shooting and to soak it in", according to the arrest affidavit. He has since posted bond and been released.

Jordan Salter, 18, reportedly poured a bowl of cereal on another student's head after he made a sexual comment to her friend. Sheriff's deputies reportedly said, "a 9-inch knife was found in his backpack", according to WSVN. Just before Lynda Cruz died suddenly last November, Deschamps promised to take care of the boys.

Deschamps was in NY at the time of his arrest, according to prosecutors.

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Deputies said one reason they are concerned with Zachary Cruz, according to the petition, is that they asked him his plans for the future and he responded, "I don't know right now".

"If the RPO is granted, it will prohibit Cruz from possessing and acquiring firearms for a period of time to be determined by the court", the sheriff's office said.

Stoneman Douglas students told Local 10 News reporter Terrell Forney Wednesday that new security measures were established at the school immediately after the shooting. 'We thought he was doing OK, and I think he wasn't doing as well as we thought he was'. He also conceded some resentment toward Nikolas for being "the favored brother", according to the report.

In yet another freakish turn of events, a woman was arrested and charged with arson after driving a auto with "accelerants" into a Broward County Sheriff's office building.

After summarizing Nikolas Cruz's oft-violent behavioral issues, the memo reports the behaviors "seem to be exacerbated by his strained relationship with his brother". "She think that he feels he needs to protect himself from his brother", the memorandum said.

Officers noted in the report he was "continually disrespectful to the police on scene".

A judge entered a plea of not guilty on Cruz's behalf as the teen was arraigned last week. Last Tuesday (Mar. 13), prosecutors announced they will seek the death penalty against the 19-year-old as they found the shooting "especially heinous, atrocious or cruel". He's been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder.

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