Randolph Academy Student Accused Of Telling Teacher: “You’re Not Bullet Proof”

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RANDOLPH – A student at the Randolph Academy is accused of telling their teacher “you’re not bullet proof” following an investigation into the threat, and now, their parents are facing charges.

Town of Ellicott Police investigated the alleged remark which police say happened back in November by the student; who lives in Falconer.








The parents, police say, denied having any weapons in the house other than a hunting rifle that was secured during the investigation.

On Monday, police received a complaint from the Sheriff’s Office about a video that was taken of this same 15-year-old with two semi-automatic handguns.  Officers went to the home and subsequently located the handguns which were both loaded and unsecure.









Police say the teen’s mom, 35-year-old Jennifer Jackson and her boyfriend, the owner of the guns, 33-year-old Tyler Walters, are now charged with endangering the welfare of a child.

The guns were seized as evidence and the pair were issued appearance tickets for Ellicott Court.















 

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