Rutherford County TN: Alleged “3 Middle Eastern males shoot up soccer match at Riverdale High School with pellet gun!”
According to Emails passed down from the Director of Schools Don Odom to James Evans and eventually out to school board members, said 3 middle Eastern men in their 20s were shooting onto the soccer field last night at a soccer game at Riverdale High School with a pellet gun.”
To many bystanders this was a frightening event and left many to wonder if this was not a dry run for a loftier Jihadesqye attack.
Multiple conversations with the Rutherford County Sherrifs department has turned up no leads as to the shooters names and identities. The only info we have at the present is that 2 Middle Eastern men seem to have been apprehended and perhaps arrested.
We have recently seen Islamic Terrorists in Chattanooga shoot and kill 4 Marines and a Sailor. Could this be another Jihadi type event or perhaps “practice” for a larger event.
According to sources, school board members received this info immediately after the alleged “pellet gun” shooters were apprehended while Riverdale High school was playing soccer.
MurfreesboroSchools spokesperson James Evans sent out another text to prevent any panic or dispel any heresay or rumor.
“During the game, there was an incident involving a passing car and a pellet gun. Law enforcement with the sheriff’s office SRO division responded immediately and the suspects have been taken into custody. No one was injured and all students are safe. The sheriff’s office is handling the investigation and will address other questions once the investigation is complete.”
This is quite different from the initial text he had received and sent out from Director Don Odom.
Reportedly no one was hurt but 2 of the 3 suspects were apprehended and presumably arrested and brought to the Rutherford County Jail. One presumably escaped.
No names are being released at the time of this report although many attempts were made and many messages left to many members of the school board and Sherrifs office.
All calls to the Rutherford County Jail were diverted to Lisa Marshashoni, the information officer for the Rutherford County Sherrif Department. I have yet to receive a call from her but I was told that she would call me.
Very little info has been reported and attempting to get info on the two arrested has been a futile attempt as officers on the phone are diverting my calls and are reluctant to give info.
I will continue to attempt getting info from our sources and as always we will report on the news that doesn’t always make it to the front pages.
My immediate failed attempts to know the identity of the shooters leads me to believe that I am not getting all the info I desire and much more is perhaps being hidden.
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