Noblesville School Shooter To Be Released

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    The Hamilton County Probation Department recommended in court Tuesday that the teenager who shot two people inside Noblesville West Middle School in 2018 should be released into the custody of his parents.

    The shooter would likely already be in his parent’s custody if it weren’t for an incident back in March when the shooter fist-bumped the breasts of an employee at the juvenile facility where he was serving his sentence.

    During Tuesday’s hearing, the employee who was battered by the shooter made a victim impact statement. She testified that the shooter bragged about what he did to her and called her several names like “big t***y b***h.”

    It seems quite obvious to me that his parents were unable to properly rear and control their son.
    Why does anyone think suddenly a change is forthcoming? The juvenile detention facility didn't seem to make an impact either.

    And to be clear: this is no longer a child, despite the "teenager" implication. This is a legal adult who has still not learned about the consequences of his actions.

    Thanks @marvin02, at least there's one judge with some reasonable understanding of their position.


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    Yayy on the temporary outcome, but...isn't a "Probation Department" recommending release of a criminal a basic conflict of interest? Of course the Probation Department wants people's more caseload for them.

    That sounds like the last entity we should be looking to for advice on this.

    ...I wonder what their recommendation will be "next time?"


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    But hasn't he served his debt to society as many here would argue for NON violent felons and 2a rights?

    if a felon can be trusted to walk the streets and be a member of civilized society….. then yes they should be able to have a gun. I’m sure there are caveats and plenty of “what ifs” but I think generally if they are to be trusted around people in the wild they should be also allowed to protect themselves.

    If they are not trustworthy what are they doing released………?


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    He assaulted a corrections officer during his "stay" and is looking at more charges. He's an a-hole who will be a SEP until he meets the wrong person.


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    I’m sure this will end well. Hope they gave him a stern lecture and told him not to do it again.

    Article does not match thread headline. The shooter has not yet been released. The prosecution recommended continued detention. The probation department recommended release to his parents. The judge has yet to issue a ruling:

    Judge Casati asked both sides to submit proposed orders for their terms of release to his office by Wednesday afternoon and said he will make his ruling soon after.


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    If I read this correctly, he misbehaves too much, sometimes violently, to be kept in a juvenile correction facility, so we’re gonna let him out in public with a GPS monitor, a list of rules, and his parents supervision.

    Who knew that Hamilton County had turned into Marion County?


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    Who knew that Hamilton County had turned into Marion County?

    This my friends is a perfect example of a messed up justice system. Where are the parents that spawned this problem to our society? It has nothing to do with political parties and everything to do with no money and accountability from either side. We will never get it fixed no matter how you vote cause there are more important things to spend our money on. Stock Market for one.

    Greed is the reason for this. When we can have our own personal rocket ship, who cares about runaway crime?

    That is all…
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