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New Jersey mom helps prevent a school shooting in Kentucky


A school shooting plot right here in Kentucky was stopped in its tracks thanks to a woman in New Jersey.

LEX18 has the story of Koeberle Bull, a mother of three with no connection to the Bluegrass; that is, until last week when Bull received a private Facebook message from a man she didn’t know, spewing awful and racist things about Bull and her children. The message came from a man named Dylan Jarrell, whose Facebook profile listed him as a resident of Lawrenceburg, Ky.

Jarrell’s messages prompted Bull to contact the Lawrenceburg Police Department, which then led to the arrest of Jarrell as he was backing out of his driveway. He was stopped with a gun, more than 200 rounds of ammo, a 100-round high capacity magazine, a Kevlar vest and a plan of attack on the Anderson County and Shelby County school districts. Police believe he was on his way to carry out the attacks at the time of his arrest.

If not for Bull’s call to local law enforcement from 700 miles away, police would not have known to stop Jarrell before it was too late.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

17 responses to “New Jersey mom helps prevent a school shooting in Kentucky”

  1. Dusten

    This is huge. If there story is completely accurate, this needs to be on CNN. This country could use this story right now.

    1. Dusten

      *this

    2. Booby Petrino

      It is on national news sites

    3. Luether

      Fox News would be a way better choice than Fake News CNN…

    4. unbridled

      I’d like to know how and why they think he was getting ready to carry out an attack

    5. Alex90

      You’re joking right?

    6. ready4nineNOW

      Only reading this story, it is a fair question. No doubt carrying all that can be very suspicious, but where does “school shooting” get brought up? Other than he confessed to them or he had written things elsewhere.

  2. Ridge Runner

    Agreed Dusten, this story should dominate the news just as it would have if the idiot carried it out.

  3. RealCatsFan

    We are moving towards a nation of schools that are locked down like a max security prison, with armed guards. Looking like the only way to keep our schools safe. And how do we pay for it? Maybe a tax on ammo and firearms?

    1. Luether

      Or maybe a cut back in wasteful, ineffective government spending…

    2. unbridled

      Or maybe afford citizens their God given right to protect themselves….EVERYWHERE!

    3. jaws2

      Sure, let’s tax the 100 million or more law abiding, safety conscience, responsible gun owners and collectors because it’s the ONLY idea the left ALWAYS comes up with to solve a problem! Tax, Tax, TAAAAAAAX!
      How about simply enforcing all of the existing laws on the books and have some judges and prosecutors that put people away.

    4. RealCatsFan

      Whine whine whine. I’m a gun owner too, but a minmal tax on ammunition to help keep our kids safe would be worth it to me. Who said anything about limiting your right to own a firearm, unbridled?

    5. RealCatsFan

      At least half the time school shootings are perpetrated by people with no criminal record, so your argument about enforcing existing laws will not work, jaws.

  4. njCat

    Hold manufacturers liable for injuries and deaths caused by their product. Only way it stops.

    1. jaws2

      Sure, and let’s hold all auto manufacturers responsible for the deaths auto’s cause. And let’s hold all owners of pools for the deaths that occur in their pools. And let’s hold all motorcycle companies for the deaths that occur from riding their cycles. And let’s hold the bourbon makers for anyone killed because someone was drinking their products.
      Surely you’re bright enough to see where this would lead? Nah, I doubt it.

    2. RealCatsFan

      Well,the evil government did force the auto makers to install air bags, which has cut the death rate way down. There was a lot of whining when this was passed that people should have a choice on whether to have air bags in their car. Now you would have a hard time selling a car without them even if it were allowed. Common sense is lost on some people.