- September 18, 2016
A second Parrish Community High School student has been arrested for posting a video to social media depicting a mass shooting on campus.
The Manatee County Sheriff's Office received two anonymous tips regarding another TikTok video depicting a mass school shooting, according to a news release.
A Parrish Community High student showed the video, which was also filmed during the bomb threat evacuation at the school Tuesday, to a school resource deputy.
The student who posted the video was located in a classroom and arrested on site. The student admitted to making the video and is being charged with the second degree felony of making written or electronic threats to kill, do bodily injury or conduct a mass shooting, according to the release.
A Parrish Community High School student has been arrested for posting a video on social media simulating a mass shooting on campus with a toy gun.
The Manatee County Sheriff's Office said in a news release that the student is the second student to be arrested in two days for posting a TikTok video depicting a mass school shooting.
On Wednesday, deputies arrested a student at Buffalo Creek Middle School for a similar video.
A Sheriff's Office release said there is no evidence connecting the arrest of the student to the bomb threats made against Parrish Community High School on Tuesday that caused the school to evacuate students and staff.
The video simulating a mass shooting was filmed during the bomb threat evacuation at Parrish Community High School Tuesday, according to the news release.
A school resource deputy identified the student who made the video and arrested the student at the student's home Thursday morning.
According to the news release, the student admitted to making the video, was taken to juvenile detention and charged with the second degree felony of making written or electronic threats to kill, do bodily injury or conduct a mass shooting.