Teenagers threaten to shoot up school after friends attack baseball coach and break his arm

Teenagers threaten to shoot up school after friends attack baseball coach and break his arm

Texas high school students threaten to shoot down school after their younger friends were arrested for beating baseball coach and breaking arm

  • On February 10, assistant baseball coach Michael Schott was attacked by Aragon High School students.
  • They crashed a baseball practice at Langham Creek High School, where Schott teaches, on their dirt bikes.
  • He told them not to interrupt and they chased after him and broke his arm.
  • All teenagers were taken into juvenile detention; it is not clear if they were charged
  • Students say the boys’ older friends threatened to shoot up the school
  • The next day, students were required to wear badges to get in and out of the classroom.
  • The school district did not say if any of the teens were expelled.

A group of Texas teenagers have threatened to shoot up a school where their younger friends were arrested for breaking a baseball coach’s arm last week, causing the school to close.

The saga began at Langham Creek High School in Houston, Texas on Thursday, Feb. 10, when assistant baseball coach and physics teacher Michael Schott told a group of students to stop riding dirt bikes near his practice.

The kids were from another school, Aragon High School, and they came to campus.

They chased after Scott and beat him, breaking his arm. All of them were placed in a pre-trial detention center for minors, they were charged.

A gruesome video shows Coach Michael Schott being chased by a group of Langham Creek High School students.  They beat him and broke his arm because he scolded them for riding dirty bikes.

A gruesome video shows Coach Michael Schott being chased by a group of Langham Creek High School students. They beat him and broke his arm because he scolded them for riding dirty bikes.

A disturbing video showed high school students chasing Schott around campus.

A disturbing video showed high school students chasing Schott around campus.

Teenagers caught up with Schott, who also teaches physics, and broke his arm

Teenagers caught up with Schott, who also teaches physics, and broke his arm

After the boys were arrested, the older group reportedly threatened to shoot at the school the next day.

The threat was posted on social media and sent the school into quarantine.

Children were not allowed to leave classes or return to campus without proving who they were.

“Later that day they were arrested and their older friends threatened to shoot up our school.

“Without an identity card, we could not walk, we were not even allowed inside.

“It’s my first track and field class so I didn’t even wear it and my teacher wouldn’t let me in,” sophomore Alena Gonzalez told Click2Houston.

Police have not confirmed if they arrested anyone for the threat, and it remains unconfirmed if the younger teenagers were charged with assault.

Student Alena Gonzalez said that the older friends of the boys then threatened to shoot the school.

Student Alena Gonzalez said that the older friends of the boys then threatened to shoot the school.

Langham Creek High School is located about 25 miles from Houston.

Langham Creek High School is located about 25 miles from Houston.

The school also did not confirm if the boys were permanently expelled.

Schott’s mother Peggy told a local publication that he is recovering and “fine” despite his broken arm.

“He is okay. He is at home. His arm is broken, but the kids said he was doing what he always did and that he was fine.

“The reason this happened to him was because he was doing his job. He stopped the kids. At first there was only one child.

“The reason the others came back is because they didn’t like him stopping them,” Peggy told local television station ABC 13 in Houston.

According to some students, the coach was reacting to a group of kids making noise on their dirty bikes.

“I heard that there were kids who ate donuts and stuff, causing a buzz with their dirty stories,” said Logan Wisniewski.

“The coach was unhappy with it. He politely asked them to stop doing it. The kids didn’t have that, so they decided to jump on it.”

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