17 year old Port St Lucie High School student was arrested Thursday after police investigators said he had a firearm and ammunition and other items of concern in his backpack on campus Tavaress Lashun
2.18.2018 Thank you, Port Saint Lucie County LE, (F)FBI and DHS for believing in me, today's visit shows that on an individual level, thinking outside the box has not vanished with the 'Trump Dictatorship'...more to follow for those who actually care. The March 2018 school shooting will hopefully be avoided although, at this time my dreams are not specific enough to help LE, I'm humbled that a certain LE Officer even cared what a Psychic had to offer. I'm also proud of my local LE for taking the time to investigate all possible leads when it comes to the safety of children attending public school in Saint Lucie County, Florida...BTW, I have four children attending public school in Saint Lucie County.
UPDATE: March 12th 2018
A 17-year-old Port St. Lucie High School student was arrested Thursday after police investigators said he had a firearm and ammunition and other "items of concern" in his backpack on campus. Tavaress Lashun Smith Jr. was confronted at school by a staff member after another student said Smith had a gun on him, said Sgt. Charlie Lumpkin, of the Port St. Lucie Police Department. The staff member searched Smith's backpack and found a 9mm Taurus handgun, 70 rounds of ammunition, two magazines, two necklaces, 49 pieces of movie money in $100 bills and an electronic shocking device, Lumpkin said. more detail here