Student threatens to shoot TCHS teacher
by Alan Reed
Mar 19, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Cadiz Police and the Trigg County Sheriff arrested 18-year-old Nathan C. Bullock of Blackhawk Road, Cadiz on March 13 after he allegedly threatened to shoot a teacher at the Trigg County High School.

An arrest report prepared by the Cadiz Police Department said that Sheriff Randy Clark arrested the defendant after he was corrected for “disrupting the classroom with vulgar language.” It said that Bullock was angry with a teacher for the correction. School Resource Officer Tim Allen conducted the investigation.

Police Chief Hollis Alexander said that Clark made the arrest because he provided transportation for the suspect. “It happened last week on March 4. Two boys were having a discussion about one of their mothers. At some point, the suspect got loud and began to use profanity. A teacher called him down to correct him. A short time later another school official overheard the suspect say, ‘I should get a gun and shoot him,” about the first school official.”

Alexander said that the delay came from the time needed to investigate the charges and time needed to get a judge to sign an arrest warrant. Arrested at school, Alexander said that he believed that Bullock remained in school during the investigation.

For the complete story on Bullock, read the March 19 Cadiz Record.
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