Florida School Resource Officer Followed His Training And 'Went Right In' To Confront ShooterScott Morefield
The Daily Caller
Apr. 23, 2018
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Officials were quick to praise Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Jim Long for his quick actions during Friday’s shooting at Forest High School in Ocala, Florida.
When 19-year-old Sky Bouche, a former student at the school, reportedly pulled a shotgun from a guitar case and fired it into the bottom of a classroom door around 8:42 a.m. Friday morning, Long “did not hesitate – he went right in,” according to Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods.
“And then immediately at 8:42 he was immediately on scene and engaged the activity that was gong on, recognized what we had at that time, and then found the victim,” the sheriff told reporters, “and then within that same timeframe he engaged the shooter.”
“I want to make something clear and I want to assure the Marion County residents, that today they should be proud of their first responders,” Woods said. “Marion County does everything to protect their children.”