Officer facing charges in Parkland school shooting

By Kaye TheTruth

Access Unlocked Wednesday June 6, 2019 On Valentines Day in 2018 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, a total of seventeen (17) staff member were killed with others injured.

School Resource Officer Scot Peterson who remained outside of Building 12 during the shooting, has been charged with eleven (11) counts of neglect of a child and culpable negligence and perjury, in Broward County.

The fifty-six (56) year-old is held on a $102,000 bond.

If convicted, Peterson could received up to ninety-six (96) years in prison.

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