Saturday, October 18, 2014

Murder. Jail. Release. Continued Violence against Parents. More Arrests. Where is COURT ORDERED mandatory assisted outpatient treatment for Kenny Bartley? Treatment Before Tragedy. #Tb4T


CAMPBELL COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Campbell County High School shooter Kenny Bartley turned himself in to officers Saturday after being on the run.  Police were searching for Bartley after responding to a domestic call from his mother's house Thursday night. Bartley's mom says her son had become violent with her and she was scared for her life.


Officers say Bartley had been drinking and demanded $70 from his mom for a cab ride. They say he put his arm around her neck and threatened to make her pass out if she didn't give him the money.


Read the latest incident here: Kenny Bartley turns himself in to officers

Earlier on this blog:  
Shooter vows to "get help", do the right thing after physically attacking his father. 

Read about the June 23, 2014 incident where Kenny Bartley attacked his father here: 
Kenny Bartley assaults father

And the 2005 school shooting that started it all: 
IMAGE: SUSPECTED SCHOOL SHOOTER

A 15-year-old accused of shooting an assistant principal to death and wounding two other administrators should be tried as an adult, the district attorney said Wednesday, adding that the victims performed heroically to keep the shootings from becoming even worse.


Treatment Before Tragedy for Kenny Bartley

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