UPDATE: Suspect in Custody After Report of a Shooting At Highland High School in Palmdale, CA

Initial news is coming in of police responding to reports shots fired at Highland High School in Palmdale, California, north of Los Angeles. No details are available yet. The school has about 4000 students. More as it becomes available.

UPDATE: Suspect in custody. KGO reports that “One person was detained Friday morning after reports of a possible shooting at Highland High School in Palmdale, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.” Still no reports of injuries. According to KGO,

Firefighter-paramedics were staging in response to the reports, but no one had been transported from the school as of 8 a.m., according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

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  1. avatar mdb says:

    In Kalifornia?!? How is this possible?!

    1. avatar 61north says:

      There’s also a mass shooting in Australia today. Also unpossible.

    2. avatar barnbwt says:

      Well, when you have a policy of mandatory disarmament, coupled with a policy of keeping known dangerous psychopaths in close proximity with everyone else, and fail to take measures to physically prevent weapons from being brought in…

      It’s to be expected. Same as how we’ll be no-doubt blamed for the above factors we have no control over and actually oppose. Same as how punitive measures will be pushed against us despite our non-involvement, sold as a panacea for fixing the problems directly resulting from the above factors, before the bodies are even cold.

      Again, and again, and again, until no civil rights are left. All according to plan.

  2. avatar TxRabbit47 says:

    Gun-Free zone? What would one expect if initial report is valid?

  3. avatar former water walker says:

    So they’ll screw lawful gun owners…makes sense to a leftard. I hope it’s not a “mass” shooting.

  4. avatar Dog of War says:

    *sigh* and as usual this will be used as an excuse to go after Califonian’s gun rights again.

    Sooner or later one of these nut jobs will just start making bombs when Cali finally decides to ban all guns, constitution be damned.

    1. avatar Mark N. says:

      California long ago gave up excusing its gun grabbing. The only excuse it needs are that “there is gun violence and people with guns. We need to get all the guns.”

  5. avatar Aaron M. Walker says:

    Deep state on the move….Another red flag event…Left-wing social engineering projects gone overboard….

  6. avatar Kenneth says:

    In Australia today also. 7 dead including 4 children.
    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/11/world/australia/worst-mass-shooting-margaret-river.html
    Gee, if only the Aussies had some kind of gun control…
    /sarcasm off/

    1. avatar AdamTA1 says:

      Wow that article was really unbiased. Crazy for NYT.

  7. avatar Aaron M. Walker says:

    In speaking about mysterious mass shootings…How about Las Vegas….Have we really heard anything that was meaningful?

    1. avatar barnbwt says:

      We learned a cop that was on the entry team shaved that morning, because his body cam was pointed at his face the whole time. I can see why the LVPD didn’t want that information becoming public and fought the release in court.

      1. avatar TheUnspoken says:

        Other than the fact that we must ban dangerous bump stock machine guns now, not a lot has come of that investigation. Nor the twin peaks motorcycle gang/police shoot out. Who shot who? I never saw much resolution on that one either.

        1. avatar FedUp says:

          Indeed.
          Why can’t they tell us whose bullets shot who, considering the years elapsed since the Twin Peaks autopsies?
          Probably because they don’t want the public to know.

          http://www.wacotrib.com/news/courts_and_trials/charges-dropped-against-more-bikers-in-twin-peaks-shootout/article_0180b29d-2ced-5250-b8fe-27fdb4935797.html

          Joke of the Month, brought to you by the Houston Chronicle:
          https://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/waco-shootout-twin-peaks-anniversary-lawsuits-2018-12906948.php
          There are still few answers about what happened on May 17, 2015, or why the Bandidos Motorcycle Club and the rival Cossacks went to war at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco as local and state police watched nearby.

          At least the Chron got this part right:
          The aggressive law enforcement effort once billed as a pro-active crackdown on biker violence has instead devolved into a struggling investigation marred by lack of evidence, prosecutorial overreach and a lame-duck district attorney’s office hobbled by unrelated allegations of corruption.

          So far, not a single biker has been convicted of a crime. The only trial ended in December in a hung jury, with 10 jurors voting for dismissal of the conspiracy case against a Bandidos leader from Dallas. It cost taxpayers $680,000.

        2. avatar Mark N. says:

          Finally coming to its senses fter years of violating the civil rights of so many, the District Attorney has dismissed all charges except for murder charges against six individuals actually inv9olved in shooting at each other. They will be charged under the felony/murder rule for all of the dead guys the police killed too.

  8. avatar DaveL says:

    Typically, reports that come in like this, with vague reports of an ‘incident’ or ‘shots fired’ turn out to be false alarms.

  9. avatar Gun Owning American says:

    Should have pit up more gun free zone signs.

  10. avatar Training Day says:

    Gang Related ? — One injured self transported to Hospital.

    Suspect around Manzinita school being sought.

  11. avatar Joe R. says:

    Wonder if the video feed will be ‘cut’ so that we never learn how many cops are “outside”.

  12. avatar Green Mtn. Boy says:

    Seeing as how Commiefornia has gun control,is becoming a Leftist utopia where the streets are paved with gold that’s impossible,NOT.

  13. avatar TheOtherDavid says:

    AP Reporting that a 14-year-old suspect is in custody, shot another teenager in the arm, there was a pre-existing dispute between the two.

  14. avatar Mark N. says:

    Well ya know, a “man with gun” at a school will always draw a police response,. even when it is a kid who built a Lego gun:
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/05/11/connecticut-school-calls-police-after-student-makes-points-lego-gun-at-classmates.html

  15. avatar tmm says:

    Maybe he was looking for TP…

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