Timberview High School shooting suspect arrested
ByFunAsia 25 Dec 2021 08:43 AM 60

The Arlington youngster blamed for harming four individuals during a school shooting is back in prison.

Court records show 18-year-old Timothy Simpkins was captured Thursday for a bond infringement. The archive didn't give insights regarding the breach.

In October, Simpkins fortified out of prison; only a couple of days later, police said he started shooting inside Timberview High School in Arlington.

The shooting originated from a battle Simpkins had with another understudy. That understudy, 15-year-old Zaccaeus Selby, was fundamentally harmed yet made due.

One more understudy was touched by a slug, and an instructor was shot. A second educator who was pregnant was harmed in disarray following the shooting.

Simpkins was accused of three counts of irritated attack with a lethal weapon.

His family asserted he was being harassed, yet the Arlington police boss said he doesn't genuinely think tormenting assumed any part in the shooting.

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Metal indicator wands and other upgraded safety efforts were added at Timberview High School.

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