What’s so Hard to Understand, We Have Taking God out of Society, the End Result “Mayhem”

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It Will Only Get Worse, Peace of mind and the tranquility of spirit that accompanies it are only available when we have true peace with God through the sacrifice of Christ on the cross in payment of our sins. Those who attempt to find peace in worldly pursuits will find themselves sadly deceived…

In order for sin to work, there has to be a “suppression of the truth.”

LA Man Arrested With ‘Massive Arsenal’ While Impersonating National Guardsman

As the world braces for yet another night of protests as governors from Texas to the northeast insist that they would never allow the military to unload on American citizens (technically, active-duty military aren’t legally allowed to perform ‘policing’ functions, per federal law), police in LA say they’ve arrested a man caught impersonating a member of the national guard.

The man, identified as 31-year-old Gregory Wong, was arrested wearing military clothing and carrying a rifle and handgun near Los Angeles City Hall early Tuesday, after he was spotted by National Guard troops who noticed something unusual about his attire, and alerted police, per NBC News.

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As one local reporter said, Wong was “armed to the teeth”, and likely intent on committing an extremely violent act.Bill Melugin@BillFOXLA

BREAKING: @FOXLA has learned that LAPD arrested 31 y/o Gregory Wong in DTLA this AM while dressed as/impersonating National Guard. He was armed to the teeth and was booked on assault weapons charges. LAPD says federal charges may come next. Sources confirm this photo. @FOXLA

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The reporter added that he had a line on Wong’s motives – was he Antifa? Or a white supremacist, perhaps? – but was reluctant to share his information until it had been “triple-confirmed” – an honorable instinct, we must say, given that reporters spreading sensational falsehoods has become a staple of contemporary crises.

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Wong was booked on suspicion of manufacturing or possession of an illegal assault weapon, records showed, thought technically impersonating a police officer is a crime.

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Another gunman opened fire inside Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday, killing at least four people and injuring several others in Florida.

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Naval Air Station Pensacola attack on December 6, 2019 in Florida. Picture: Tony Giberson–Pensacola News Journal via AP

Since 1993, US military installments have had more than 20 shootings. Here are some of the deadliest.

1. December 6, 2019: Pensacola Naval Air Station, Florida

Details are still unfolding, but the Navy has confirmed the suspected shooter is dead. At least four people were killed and several others injured.

2. December 4, 2019: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii

Active-duty US sailor Gabriel Romero killed two civilian workers and injured another before killing himself.

Investigators have yet to identify a motive, but they say he chose his victims randomly.

3. April 2, 2014: Fort Hood, Texas

Army soldier Ivan Lopez killed three people and injured 16 others before fatally shooting himself in the head.

A US official later said Lopez had previously reported being taunted and picked on by soldiers in his unit.

4. September 16, 2013: Washington Navy Yard (D.C.)

Twelve Navy Yard workers were killed and eight others injured when military contractor Aaron Alexis went on a shooting rampage.

Alexis was killed after an encounter with security officials.

5. November 5, 2009: Fort Hood, Texas

In what is considered the biggest mass shooting at a US military base in history, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, opened fire inside the base’s processing center, killing 13 people and an unborn child and wounding 32 others.

A wounded civilian officer managed to shoot Hasan, who was taken into police custody.

Hasan was later sentenced to death and is currently on military death row at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.

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Hearts Without God Are Treacherous, List of School Shootings in the United States, We Do Not Have a Gun Problem, We Have a Heart Problem…

2000s

DateLocationDeathsInjuriesDescription
February 29, 2000Flint, Michigan10Shooting of Kayla Rolland: At Buell Elementary School,6-year-old Dedrick Owens fatally shot 6-year-old classmate Kayla Rolland. To date, Owens is the youngest documented school shooter.[1]
May 26, 2000Lake Worth, Florida10A 13-year-old honor student, Nathaniel Brazill, was sent home for throwing water balloons but returned to his Lake Worth Middle School with a family pistol. He fatally shot teacher Barry Grunow, a popular teacher, he was Brazill’s favorite.[1][2]
June 28, 2000Seattle, Washington2[n 1]058-year-old Director of the Division of Pathology of the University of Washington Medical Center, Rodger C. Haggitt, was shot dead by 42-year-old Chinese (Taiwan) emigrant and then U. S. citizen, Jian Chen, who had just completed his second year of forensic pathology residency training and had been notified of his contract non-renewal (which Chen wrote would dishonor his family). Chen then committed suicide.[3] In 2001 the Rodger C. Haggitt Gastrointestinal Pathology Society was named in memory of Dr. Haggitt.
August 28, 2000Fayetteville, Arkansas2[n 1]036-year-old James Easton Kelly, a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Literature at the University of Arkansas, killed 67-year-old John R. Locke, the English professor overseeing his coursework. Kelly had been dismissed from this Ph.D. program for lack of progress toward his degree. Kelly shot Locke three times before committing suicide in the director’s office, which had been isolated by campus police.[4]
September 26, 2000New Orleans, Louisiana0213 year-olds Darrel Johnson and Alfred Anderson were initially charged with attempted first-degree murder in the shooting of 15-year-old William Pennington. Pennington, after being shot, managed to gain control of the gun and shoot Johnson in the back.[5] Charges were later reduced to Aggravated Battery.
December 1, 2000San Diego, California01[n 1]A 15-year-old Junipero Serra High School student who showed off a handgun on campus and threatened to shoot a classmate, ended up accidentally shooting himself, causing minor injuries.[6]
March 5, 2001Santee, California213Santana High School shooting: 15-year-old student, Charles Andrew Williams, killed two students, 14-year-old Bryan Zuckor, and 15-year-old Randy Gordon, at Santana High School and wounded thirteen others. He was arrested and convicted of murder and attempted murder. He was sentenced to life with the chance of parole after serving fifty years.[7]
March 7, 2001Williamsport, Pennsylvania0114-year-old student, Elizabeth Catherine Bush, wounded fellow student Kimberly Marchese in the cafeteria of Bishop Neumann High School.[8] Bush was released in 2004.[9]
May 16, 2001Parkland, Washington2[n 1]040-year-old music instructor and organist James D. Holloway were shot multiple times with a .22-caliber handgun at Pacific Lutheran University by a 55-year-old man from Tacoma. The shooter was not a student or employee of the university and also killed himself. The victim was apparently chosen at random as the shooter had a personal dispute with a different staff member who was not on campus that day.[10]
March 22, 2001El Cajon, California05An 18-year-old former student, Jason Hoffman, opened fire at Granite Hills High School, injuring five people. He was convicted of assault and sentenced to prison, where he committed suicide in 2002.[11]
March 30, 2001Gary, Indiana1017-year-old Donald Ray Burt Jr., fatally shot Neal Boyd, IV with one bullet to the head in a parking lot outside Lew Wallace High School.[12] Burt was sentenced to 57 years in prison.[13]
January 15, 2002New York City, New York0217-year-old Vincent Rodriguez wounded two students at Martin Luther King, Jr. High School in Manhattan, with a semi-automatic pistol. He was retaliating for the victims having harassed his girlfriend. In February 2003, Rodriguez was sentenced to ten years in prison on charges of assault and attempted an assault.[14]
January 16, 2002Grundy, Virginia33Appalachian School of Law shooting: Recently dismissed graduate student, 42-year-old Peter Odighizuwa, killed three at the Appalachian School of Law. 42-year-old dean Anthony Sutin and 41-year-old professor Thomas Blackwell were killed along with the 33-year-old student, Angela Dales. Three other students were also wounded.[15] In 2005 Odighizuwa received three life sentences and an additional 28 years without the possibility of parole.[16]
February 20, 2002Milwaukee, Wisconsin1016-year-old Washington High School student, Joseph Johnson Jr., was killed by Phillip D. Jackson Jr., when violence erupts between rival fans in the parking lot, after a basketball game between Vincent High School.[17]
October 7, 2002Bowie, Maryland01In the Beltway sniper attacks, one victim of several was 13-year-old Iran Brown, who was wounded as he arrived at Benjamin Tasker Middle School in Bowie, Maryland. His aunt, a nurse who had just dropped him off, rushed him to a hospital emergency room. Despite serious injuries, Brown survived the attack.[18][19] The shooters, Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad, were later convicted of numerous unrelated murders committed during their killing spree. Muhammad was executed in 2009, while Malvo was sentenced to life in prison.
October 28, 2002Tucson, Arizona4[n 1]0Failing nursing college student and Gulf War veteran, 40-year-old Robert Stewart Flores Jr., killed three assistant professors of nursing at the University of Arizona, 50-year-old Robin Rogers, 44-year-old Cheryl McGaffic, and 45-year-old Barbara Monroe, before turning the gun on himself.[20]
October 29, 2002Jersey City, New Jersey01A 15-year-old student was shot in the abdomen and wounded inside a basement of Lincoln High School, during an argument with another student. Another 15-year-old student was arrested and charged with attempted murder.[21]
April 14, 2003New Orleans, Louisiana13John McDonogh High School shooting. 18-year-old Steven Williams, and 17-year-old James Tate opened fire with an AK-47 and a handgun in the gymnasium of John McDonogh High School, killing a 15-year-old student and wounding three female students. Williams was sentenced to life imprisonment, and Tate was sentenced to fifteen years.[22][23][24]
April 24, 2003Red Lion, Pennsylvania2[n 1]014-year-old student James Sheets, entered Red Lion Area Junior High School armed with his stepfather’s pistols. He killed the school’s principal, Eugene Segro, before killing himself.[25][26]
May 9, 2003Cleveland, Ohio12On May 9, 2003, Biswanath Halder, a 62-year-old business school alumnus of Case Western Reserve University, killed a graduate student and wounded a professor and another student using a semi-automatic rifle. He held the building and its nearly 100 occupants hostage for seven hours before being apprehended by a SWAT team. He was sentenced to life in prison.[27][28]
September 24, 2003Cold Spring, Minnesota20Rocori High School shooting: 15-year-old John Jason McLaughlin, shot 15-year-old freshman Seth Bartell and 17-year-old senior Aaron Rollins at Rocori High School. Rollins was killed immediately, and Bartell died from his wounds sixteen days later. McLaughlin was sentenced to life in prison with the chance of parole in 2038.[1]
February 2, 2004Washington, D.C.10Thomas J. Boykin was acquitted of the murder of 17-year-old James Richardson, a football player at Ballou High School in Southeast Washington.[29]
February 9, 2004East Greenbush, New York01Jon W. Romano in East Greenbush, New York fired two rounds from a shotgun, wounding one teacher. He was tackled by the assistant principal and charged with one count of attempted murder.[30]
May 7, 2004Randallstown, Maryland04Two students were charged with a school shooting that arose from a dispute after a basketball game at Randallstown High School. Four persons were injured, two seriously. One student was paralyzed from the waist down.[31]
February 8, 2005Chicago, Illinois01An 18-year-old student at Bowen High School was shot in the leg as she left the school around 2:30 p.m.[32]
March 2, 2005Dover, Tennessee1014-year-old Jason Clinard, killed his bus driver, 47-year-old Joyce Gregory, as she stopped to pick him up. Gregory had earlier reported Clinard for using snuff on the school bus. Clinard was given a life sentence.[33] but he has since filed for post conviction relief[34]
March 21, 2005Red Lake, Minnesota10[n 1]7Red Lake shootings: 16-year-old student Jeffrey Weise, killed his grandfather and grandfather’s companion at their home, where he had been living, at the Red Lake Indian Reservation. He drove to Red Lake Senior High School. Armed with his grandfather’s police weapons, Weise killed five students, one teacher, and one security guard, wounding seven others, before committing suicide following a gunfight with police officers.[35]
September 13, 2005Chicago, Illinois01At Harlan Community Academy High School, a fight broke out between two 15-year-old boys in the gymnasium. Christopher Huff took out a pistol, shooting the other youth in the leg. A police officer on duty at the school arrested the gunman. The suspected shooter was charged as an adult with aggravated battery with a firearm.[36]
November 8, 2005Jacksboro, Tennessee12Campbell County High School shooting: Inside the Campbell County High School office, 15-year-old Kenneth Bartley, shot the school principal, Gary Seale. He shot assistant principals Ken Bruce and Jim Pierce. Bruce later died from his wound. Bartley was sentenced to forty-five years in prison with chance of parole after twenty-nine years.[37][38][39]
February 23, 2006Roseburg, Oregon0114-year-old freshman Vincent Wayne Leodoro, shot student 16-year-old Joseph Monti, four times in the back with a handgun at Roseburg High School. Leodoro walked away from the school campus, and was confronted near a restaurant by six police officers. He threatened suicide but was persuaded to surrender.[40] He was found guilty of attempted murder and assault in July 2006, and will be held in prison until he turns twenty five years old.[41]
March 14, 2006Reno, Nevada02Pine Middle School shooting: In the hallway of Pine Middle School, 14-year-old James Scott Newman, injured two 14-year-old classmates, Alexander Rueda and Kenzie McKeon, with a revolver belonging to his parents. Two students received minor wounds. Newman was subdued by a physical education teacher. The youth was arrested and charged as an adult for attempted murder, use of a deadly weapon and use of a firearm by a minor.[42] He later pleaded guilty to charges of two counts of battery with a deadly weapon, and was sentenced as a juvenile. Newman was sentenced to house arrest until he completed two-hundred hours of community service.[43]
August 24, 2006Essex Junction, Vermont23[n 1]Christopher Williams, 26, shot his girlfriend’s mother, Linda Lambesis, 57 at her home and from there he went to Essex Elementary School where Andrea, his girlfriend, worked. After he arrived at the elementary school, which was not in session at the time, he shot and killed Mary Alicia Shanks, 56, and shot Mary Snedeker, 52, nonfatally. He left the school and allegedly shot Chad Johansen, 26 nonfatally. He then turned the gun on himself, but did not die as a result.[44] Williams was sentenced to life in prison without parole in 2008.[45]
August 30, 2006Hillsborough, North Carolina12After shooting and killing his father, 18-year old teenager Alvaro Castillo went to his high school where he wounded two students. He was reportedly obsessed with the Columbine shootings and had written an email to the current Columbine high school principal before committing his own crime.[46] he was sentenced to life without parole.[47]
September 2, 2006Shepherdstown, West Virginia3[n 1]049-year-old Douglas W. Pennington, killed himself and his two sons, 26-year-old Logan P. Pennington, 24-year-old Benjamin M. Pennington, during a visit to the campus of Shepherd University.[48][49]
September 17, 2006Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania05Five Duquesne basketball players were shot early Sunday morning during an apparent act of random violence on campus, leaving three hospitalized — two of them in critical condition.[50]
September 27, 2006Bailey, Colorado2[n 1]0Platte Canyon High School hostage crisis: 53-year-old drifter, Duane Roger Morrison, walked into Platte Canyon High School and took six girls hostage. During the ensuing siege, Morrison sexually assaulted all of the girls. When a SWAT team stormed the classroom, Morrison killed 16-year-old Emily Keyes, then took his own life after being shot and wounded by police.[51]
September 29, 2006Cazenovia, Wisconsin10Weston High School shooting: At around 8 a.m., 15-year-old freshman, Eric Hainstock, entered Weston High School. He aimed a 20-gauge shotgun at social studies teacher, Chuck Keller, before it was wrestled from him by school custodian, Dave Thompson. Hainstock then shot 49-year-old high school principal, John Alfred Klang, with a .22 caliber revolver. Klang died later that afternoon.[52][53] Hainstock was charged and convicted of murder, and is serving a life sentence. He will be eligible for parole in 2037.[39][54]
October 2, 2006Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania6[n 1]5West Nickel Mines School shooting: 32-year-old milk truck driver, Charles Carl Roberts IV, killed five Amish girls and wounded five others before killing himself in an Amish school in the hamlet of Nickel Mines, in Bart Township, Lancaster County.[55]
October 9, 2006Joplin, Missouri0013-year-old student Thomas White fired one shot from a Mac-90 rifle at a hallway ceiling at Memorial Middle School. The gunshot struck a water pipe, and nobody was injured. He also tried repeatedly to shoot principal Stephen Gilbreth at near-point-blank range as Gilbreth ushered him out of the school. Joplin police say the attempt was foiled by an improperly seated ammunition clip in the rifle. The principal was not injured. White was tried as an adult on charges of assault and firearms possession, and in 2009 he was sentenced to ten years of prison.[56]
January 3, 2007Tacoma, Washington1018-year-old student Douglas S. Chanthabouly, killed 17-year-old Samnang Kok, in the hallways of Henry Foss High School following a personal disagreement. In 2009, Chanthabouly was sentenced to 23 years in prison on a charge of second-degree murder.[57]
March 7, 2007Compton, California01During an argument with several non-students and students, a student was shot in the elbow and wounded in the eating area at Centennial High School. The shooting occurred an hour after classes were dismissed, and students in after-school activities were sent home.[58]
April 16, 2007Blacksburg, Virginia33[n 1]23Virginia Tech shooting: 23-year-old student, Seung-Hui Cho, armed with 2 pistols, a Glock 19 and a Walther P22, killed thirty-two students and faculty members at Virginia Tech, and wounded another seventeen students and faculty members in two separate attacks before committing suicide. The first attack was on the second floor of West Ambler Johnston Hall where he shot a young girl and another student that came to help. He then changed his clothes, and made multiple videos stating that he “had to do it for his brothers and sisters.” He then made several pictures of himself with hammers, large knives, and guns. He then chained the doors of Norris Hall shut and shot and killed 30 more students and staff. He also shot 17 more students and staff wounding them. 6 more students were also wounded from non gunshot injuries. He was described as extremely quiet and lonely. During the rampage he wore a black T-shirt, a russet vest, a backwards baseball cap, black military cargo pants, black boots, and grip gloves. The incident is the 3rd deadliest shooting by a lone gunman in modern U.S. history and the deadliest school shooting in modern U.S. history.
September 21, 2007Dover, Delaware11Two 17-year-old Delaware State University freshmen were shot on campus. One died 32 days later on October 23, from critical injuries sustained in the attack. A suspected perpetrator, Loyer D. Braden, a freshman from East Orange, New Jersey, was arrested and charged with attempted murder; the charges were dismissed in May 2009.[59]
October 10, 2007Cleveland, Ohio1[n 1]5At SuccessTech alternative high school in downtown Cleveland, 14-year-old student Asa H. Coon shot two students and two teachers in the halls and classrooms on the fourth floor of the building. Coon then moved to another room on the same floor, where he fatally shot himself.[60]
January 23, 2008Jonesboro, Arkansas01Arkansas State University offensive line-man 20-year Alfred Louis was grazed in the lower left leg when someone fired several rounds from a 9mm handgun at a residence hall. He was treated at a local hospital. Charges were later dismissed against the person accused of firing the shots.[61]
February 4, 2008Memphis, Tennessee01At Hamilton High School, a student shot a 16-year-old student in the leg during a classroom argument over rap music. The victim’s injury was not life-threatening.[62]
February 8, 2008Baton Rouge, Louisiana3[n 1]0Latina Williams, a 23-year-old nursing student at Louisiana Technical College killed two classmates and herself in a second-floor classroom.[63]
February 11, 2008Miami Gardens, Florida01A 43-year-old 11th-grade algebra teacher, Sergio Miranda, was shot by 19-year-old Patrick Lively, outside Miami Carol City Senior High School during a robbery but was expected to survive.[64][65] In 2011, Lively received a life sentence.[66]
February 11, 2008Memphis, Tennessee01Following a feud that started off-campus earlier in the week, a 19-year-old senior was shot by a 17-year-old sophomore during a gym class held in the cafeteria with about 75 other students at Mitchell High School, before handing the gun to a coach making no attempt to flee. The victim suffered at least two gunshot wounds and was in critical condition, the suspected shooter was in custody. “He walked up to him, shot him, and made a statement to the coach that ‘It’s over now,’ “, said principal, Daniel Ware.[67]
February 12, 2008Oxnard, California10Murder of Larry King: 14-year-old Brandon McInerney, shot 15-year-old Lawrence “Larry” King, twice in the head in the computer laboratory of E.O. Green Junior High School. McInerney was apprehended in a nearby neighborhood. King, who was openly homosexual, died two days later. McInerney was initially charged with a hate crime, but that charge was dropped. McInerney pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 21 years in prison.[68]
February 14, 2008DeKalb, Illinois6[n 1]21Northern Illinois University shooting: 27-year-old Steven Kazmierczak, shot multiple people with a shotgun in a classroom of Northern Illinois University, killing five and injuring 21, before taking his own life. Kazmierczak was not enrolled at the university but had attended in the years prior to the attack.[69]
February 27, 2008Little Rock, Arkansas0133-year old James Earl Matthews was shot in the stomach and buttocks as a close range with a handgun on the University of Arkansas at little rock campus. He survived. Gerald Pride Jr. was sentenced to 20 years on multiple charges.[61]
August 14, 2008Federal Way, Washington1026-year-old Omero Mendez was waiting at the Lakota Middle School campus to pick up his girlfriend’s son. He was confronted by 16-year-old Luis F. Cosgaya-Alvarez and two of his friends, driving in an SUV. Cosgaya-Alvarez flashed gang signs at Mendez and shot him once in the head. Mendez later died of his injuries. Cosgaya-Alvarez was arrested a few days later in Seattle and was charged with murder. Cosgaya-Alvarez pleaded guilty to murder and weapon enhancements and was sentenced to eighteen years in prison.[70]
August 21, 2008Knoxville, Tennessee10At Central High School, 15-year-old Jamar Siler killed 15-year-old Ryan McDonald. In 2011, Siler was sentenced to thirty years in prison after pleading guilty to murder in a plea agreement.[71]
September 2, 2008Willoughby, Ohio00A 15-year-old student brought a handgun into South High School, and shot two rounds, one into the ceiling and one shattering a trophy case. The student then put the gun to his head. Then Assistant Principal Jeff Lyons talked the student out of doing any harm.
October 16, 2008Detroit, Michigan1316-year-old Christopher Walker was killed, and three other teenagers were seriously wounded during a drive-by shooting near Henry Ford High School, soon after classes let out. Three teenagers were arrested and charged in connection with the shooting. The shooter, 15-year-old William Morton, was sentenced to life without parole, and Devon Bell was sentenced to forty-two years of prison.[72]
October 26, 2008Conway, Arkansas21University of Central Arkansas shootings: Four young men fatally shot two students, 18-year-old Ryan Henderson, and 19-year-old Chavares Block, and wounded a 19-year-old campus visitor in the leg, outside the Arkansas Hall dormitory of University of Central Arkansas.[73]
November 12, 2008Fort Lauderdale, Florida1015-year-old Amanda Collette was killed in the hallway at Dillard High School. The shooter, 15-year-old Teah Wimberly, was sentenced to twenty-five years to life on a first-degree murder charge.[74]
January 9, 2009Chicago, Illinois05After attendees were leaving a basketball game at Dunbar High School, a truck pulled over and someone inside fired shots at the crowd, wounding five people, three critically. 18-year-old Georgio Dukes was arrested and charged a week later with five counts of felony aggravated battery with a firearm. Police believe that the attack was gang-related.[75]
April 26, 2009Hampton, Virginia0318-year-old Odane Greg Maye, a former student of Hampton University, followed a 43-year-old pizza delivery man into his former dormitory. Armed with three guns, Maye wounded the delivery man, then the dorm monitor. Lastly, Maye shot himself in a suicide attempt. He survived and was convicted of two charges of malicious wounding, two counts of using a gun in a felony; burglary; and shooting in an occupied building. He was sentenced to fourteen years of prison in November 2009 and was ordered by a judge to pay more than $62,000 in restitution to his victims for lost wages.[76]
May 18, 2009Cambridge, Massachusetts1020-year-old Jabrai Copney, 23-year-old Jason Aquino, and 19-year-old Blayn Jiggetts, of New York City, invited 21-year-old Justin Cosby, of Cambridge, into a Harvard College dormitory. After trying to rob him of a pound of marijuana, they shot him. The victim, Cosby, was pronounced dead early the next day. Copney turned himself in three days later and was convicted of murder. His partners pleaded guilty to armed robbery and manslaughter. His girlfriend, the 21-year-old Brittany Smith, pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact, firearm possession, and misleading a grand jury.[77]
May 18, 2009Larose, Louisiana1[n 1]015-year-old Larose-Cut Off Middle School student, Justin Doucet, carried his backpack to a restroom, where he put on camouflage clothes and took out a semi-automatic handgun before storming into a nearby classroom. He attempted to shoot a teacher, Jessica Plaisance, but the gun did not fire. He returned to the restroom and shot himself in the head, dying a week later of his wounds.[78][79]
June 16, 2009San Francisco, California03After students were being let out of International Studies Academy on the first day of summer school classes, a man left a car and opened fire, wounding three people, including a 17-year-old female student. An 18-year-old man was arrested for being an accessory in the crime.[80]
September 3, 2009San Bruno, California01A 20-year-old student was wounded in the parking lot of Skyline College after an argument between him and other men. The college campus was placed on lockdown. Three San Francisco residents, 18-year-old Germaine B. Benjamin, 20-year-old Dimaryea J. McGhee, and 18-year-old Jacori W. Bender, were each arrested and charged with felony firearm offenses.[81]

2010–2014

DateLocationDeathsInjuriesDescription
February 5, 2010Madison, Alabama10A 14-year-old student, Hammad Memon, killed 14-year-old Todd Brown at Discovery Middle School as classes were changing. The shooting was possibly related to gang activity. In May 2013, Memon pleaded guilty to the murder and was sentenced to thirty years of prison. After Memon is released from prison, he is likely to be deported to his native Pakistan.[82]
February 12, 2010Huntsville, Alabama33University of Alabama in Huntsville shooting: 44-year-old biology professor, Amy Bishop, killed the chairman of the biology department, 52-year-old Gopi K. Podila, and biology professors, 50-year-old, Maria Ragland Davis and 52-year-old Adriel D. Johnson. She also wounded biology professors, Luis Rogelio Cruz-Vera and Joseph G. Leahy, and staff assistant, Stephanie Monticciolo.[83] Bishop was sentenced to life without parole.
February 19, 2010DeKalb, Illinois01Less than a week after Northern Illinois University solemnly marked the second anniversary of a mass shooting on campus that claimed the lives of five students, the DeKalb school was the scene of further gun violence. 24-year-old NIU student, Brian Mulder, refused entry to 22-year-old Zachary R. Isaacman, when he had tried to follow a female resident into the Stevenson Residence Hall North, where they were living, because he was not a resident. Moments later, while outside the dorm smoking with a friend, Mulder was shot by Isaacman, with a handgun in the leg above the knee. Isaacman tried to flee, but was caught by police within minutes.[84]
February 23, 2010Littleton, Colorado02At Deer Creek Middle School, 32-year-old Bruco Strong Eagle Eastwood opened fire from a rifle in a parking lot, and wounded two eighth-graders Reagan Webber and Matt Thieu, before being restrained by 57-year-old Math teacher, David Benke, and held until his arrest. The boy’s wounds were critical for the four days following the shooting.[85] In October 2011, Eastwood was found not guilty by reason of insanity.[86][83]
March 9, 2010Columbus, Ohio2[n 1]151-year-old Ohio State University custodian, Nathaniel Brown, killed a co-worker and wounded another before committing suicide.[83]
May 11, 2010Bladenboro, North Carolina01West Bladen High School student was shot on campus as students were leaving school for the day. Investigators said the incident started when a fight broke out between two groups of students near the high school’s entrance.[87]
September 8, 2010Detroit, Michigan02Two students were wounded in front of Mumford High School by 17-year-old Steven Jamal Hare. He was tried as an adult and charged with assault with intent to kill. In 2012, Hare was sentenced to 27 years in prison.[88]
September 28, 2010Austin, Texas1[n 1]1A 19-year-old sophomore student Colton Tooley, wielding an AK-47 and wearing a ski mask, opened fire and then killed himself in a University of Texas library[89]
October 1, 2010Salinas, California1015-year-old student Jose Daniel Cisneros was killed after being shot several times on an athletic field at Alisal High School while walking to school. Police said that the shooting was gang-related.[90]
October 8, 2010Carlsbad, California0241-year-old Brendan O’Rourke climbed over a fence and opened fire with a handgun in a playground of Kelly Elementary School, which had 230 students; two second-grade female students were grazed in the arms before O’Rourke was subdued by a construction worker. He was found guilty of seven counts of attempted murder and was sentenced to 189 years to life in prison.[91]
November 29, 2010Marinette, Wisconsin1[n 1]015-year-old Samuel Hengel, took 23 students and a teacher hostage inside a classroom of Marinette High School for five hours. He had stormed into the class, firing with a handgun at a movie projector. Police persuaded Hengel to release the hostages. After officers entered the building, Hengel shot himself in the head. He died the next day.[92]
December 6, 2010Aurora, Colorado01In a gang-related attack outside Aurora Central High School, a 17-year-old girl was paralyzed. She was one of a group of students outside the school. 20-year-old Luis Enrique Guzman-Rincon, had fired shots from a car trying to hit gang rivals. Guzman-Ricon was sentenced to thirty-five years in prison.[93]
January 5, 2011Omaha, Nebraska2[n 1]2At Millard South High School, 18-year-old student, Robert Butler Jr., killed assistant principal Dr. Vicki Kaspar and wounded principal Curtis Case before opening fire at police in the front office area, causing the school nurse to be wounded by gunshot debris. Butler then drove to a parking lot and shot himself as police cornered him.[94]
March 25, 2011Martinsville, Indiana01Michael Phelps, a 15-year-old suspended student, returned to Martinsville West Middle School with a handgun. In the entrance of the school, Phelps shot 15-year-old Chance Jackson twice in the abdomen, critically wounding him. Phelps fled the school and dropped the handgun; he was arrested shortly after. Jackson had to undergo surgery three times to save his life; he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. Phelps was convicted of attempted murder in August 2011, and was sentenced to thirty years in prison and five years of probation.[95]
March 31, 2011Houston, Texas15Multiple gunmen opened fire during a powder puff football game at Worthing High School. One man, an 18-year-old former student named Tremaine De Ante’ Paul, died. Five other people were injured.[96]
May 23, 2011Pearl City, Hawaii01A 14-year-old male student was accused of firing a handgun on the campus of Highlands Intermediate School, wounding one student. The gunman was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. Two other suspects were arrested in connection with the shooting.[97]
August 19, 2011Albany, Georgia01An Albany State University student was shot on campus.[98]
October 24, 2011Fayetteville, North Carolina01Cape Fear High School shooting: 15-year-old Catilyn Abercrombie, was shot in the neck with a rifle by fellow student, 15-year-old Charles Underwood, at Cape Fear High School. She was hospitalized for two months in a serious condition. Underwood was arrested and charged with attempted murder. He was convicted of attempted first-degree murder and sentenced to fifteen years in prison.[99]
December 8, 2011Blacksburg, Virginia2[n 1]022-year-old, Ross Truett Ashley, part-time business student at Radford University, killed a police officer engaged in an unrelated traffic stop on the campus of Virginia Tech, he then committed suicide in a nearby parking lot.[100]
December 9, 2011Edinburg, Texas02Two students were shot after school at Harwell Middle School in Edinburg, Texas while trying out for their school’s basketball team. The shooting allegedly was done by an adult off campus, who was shooting at a target range.[101]
January 10, 2012Houston, Texas01A student opened fire with a handgun at North Forest High School, wounding another student. The shooter said that he had been confronted by three students who had been bullying him and he shot in self-defense. He hit a 16-year-old bystander in the leg. The 18-year-old suspect was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.[102]
February 27, 2012Chardon, Ohio33Chardon High School shooting: 17-year-old Thomas “T. J.” Lane, took a semi-automatic handgun and a knife to Chardon High School, where he fired ten shots at a group of students sitting in the cafeteria. He killed three boys and wounded three other students. One 16-year-old died immediately, two others died the following day. Lane was arrested early the next morning while standing near his car.[103] He was charged as an adult with murder, attempted murder, and firearms offenses. In March 2013, he was convicted and sentenced to three life sentences without the possibility of parole.[104]
March 6, 2012Jacksonville, Florida2[n 1]0A murder-suicide resulted in two deaths on the campus of the Episcopal School of Jacksonville. Shane Schumerth, a Spanish teacher who had been fired that morning returned to the campus in the early afternoon via a pedestrian entrance, armed with an AK-47 which he concealed in a guitar case. He entered the office of the Head of School, Dale Regan, and fired multiple shots, fatally wounding her. Schumerth then killed himself, in the office.[105]
April 2, 2012Oakland, California73Oikos University shooting: 43-year-old One L. Goh, was accused of shooting dead seven students with a handgun and wounding three others at Oikos University, a Christian college. He fled the scene, stealing a victim’s car, and was apprehended hours later nearby. Goh was charged with seven counts of murder. In January 2013, Goh was determined to be mentally unfit for trial and committed for treatment.[106]
August 16, 2012Memphis, Tennessee02Two Hamilton High School students were wounded in the parking lot of the school. The attack was believed to be gang-related.[107]
August 27, 2012Perry Hall, Maryland0115-year-old Robert Gladden, fired two shots with a shotgun inside the cafeteria at Perry Hall School. He hit a 17-year-old senior in the lower back, causing critical wounds. The youth has Down syndrome. Gladden was subdued by two school faculty members, and arrested. In February 2013, he was sentenced to thirty-five years in prison on attempted murder charges.[108]
September 7, 2012Normal, Illinois00A 14-year-old student fired multiple gunshots in a classroom ceiling at Normal Community High School, and was tackled by a teacher. Nobody was injured. The student was arrested and charged with sixteen felony counts.[109][110]
October 19, 2012Chicago, Illinois1018-year-old Banner Academy South student, Terrance Wright, was killed during an attempted robbery. Wright was approached by five would-be robbers as he left the school about 3:40 p.m.. He was shot in the chest as he fought back when one assailant was going through his pockets. Wright had been picked on at his previous high school because he was gay, which led him to transfer to Banner.[111]
October 31, 2012Los Angeles, California04At a Halloween party on the University of Southern California campus, an argument escalated and 20-year-old Brandon Spencer, used a handgun to shoot rival gang member, Geno Hall, seven times, critically wounding him. Spencer wounded three other people, none were students at USC, they were hospitalized with less serious injuries. Spencer was arrested just minutes after the shooting, which took place outside USC’s Grand Ballroom at around 11:30 p.m.[112] In April 2014, he was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to forty years to life in prison.[113]
December 14, 2012Newtown, Connecticut28[n 1]2Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting: 20-year-old Adam Lanza, killed twenty-six people and himself. He first killed his mother at their shared home before taking her guns and driving to the school. Lanza brought four guns with him. He killed twenty first-grade children aged six and seven during the attack at school, along with six adults, including four teachers, the principal, and the school psychologist. Two other persons were injured. Lanza then killed himself as police arrived at the school.[103][114]
January 10, 2013Taft, California0216-year-old student, Bryan Oliver, entered a science classroom of Taft Union High School with a shotgun and opened fire, critically wounding 16-year-old student Bowe Cleveland. He shot at but missed another student. The classroom teacher Ryan Heber convinced Oliver, to drop his weapon. He was later arrested. On January 14, he was charged with two counts of attempted murder and assault with a firearm.[115] He was convicted and accepted a plea deal with a sentence of 27 years and 4 months.[116] According to the attorney[117] for the Cleveland family, they were not satisfied with the sentence.
January 12, 2013Detroit, Michigan01A 16-year-old Osborn High School student was shot and wounded after a basketball game.[115]
January 15, 2013St. Louis, Missouri02[n 1]A 34-year-old gunman wounded an administrator in his office on the fourth floor of Stevens Institute of Business and Arts. The suspected gunman, Sean Johnson, a part-time student, wounded himself in a stairwell. Both the administrator and Johnson were hospitalized in stable conditions. Johnson was charged with three felony charges, including assault.[118][119]
January 15, 2013Hazard, Kentucky30Two people were killed and a third person was wounded at the parking lot of Hazard Community and Technical College.[120] The third victim, 12-year-old Taylor Cornett, died from her wounds the next day.[121] 21-year-old Dalton Lee Stidham, was arrested and charged with three counts of murder. He was sentenced to life in prison in 2014.[122]
January 16, 2013Chicago, Illinois10A 17-year-old boy, Tyrone Lawson, was killed in a parking lot of Chicago State University. The shooting happened after high school basketball games held on the campus, where Lawson had been a spectator. Police arrested two brothers, Michael McNabb, 33, and Brian Hewlett (under the alias Stephen Gilbert), 30 after the shooting and recovered a weapon.[115][123][124]
January 22, 2013Houston, Texas03[n 1]Lone Star College–North Harris shooting: Outside Lone Star College–North Harris, two men got into an argument. One wounded the other. He also wounded a maintenance man and accidentally shot himself in the leg. The shooter fled into the woods and was arrested hours later. The charges against the initial suspect were dropped and another man was arrested.[125]
January 31, 2013Atlanta, Georgia02A 14-year-old male student was wounded at Price Middle School. The gunman, a 15-year-old student, was believed to be arguing with the other student before using a handgun to shoot him. A teacher was also wounded. Afterward, the gunman was disarmed by a school resource officer and arrested; police charged him with aggravated assault.[126][127]
March 18, 2013Orlando, Florida1[n 1]0At the University of Central Florida, 30-year-old student James Oliver Seevakumaran pulled a fire alarm at the Tower One dormitory, to attract a crowd. He pointed a handgun at his roommate and threatened to shoot him in their room; he released the roommate, who ran out and called 9-1-1. Seevakumaran then fatally shot himself in the head. Authorities found an assault weapon, a couple of hundred rounds of ammunition and four homemade bombs inside his backpack.[128]
April 12, 2013Christiansburg, Virginia02New River Community College shooting incident: Two women were wounded during a shooting at the campus of New River Community College. 18-year-old Neil Allen MacInnis, was taken into custody. In June 2014, he was sentenced to 38 years in prison.[129]
April 16, 2013Grambling, Louisiana03Three students were injured on the campus of Grambling State University.[130]
April 18, 2013Cambridge, Massachusetts10Three days after committing the Boston Marathon bombings, while still at large, the brothers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev shot and killed Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus police officer Sean Collier[131] in his patrol car near MIT’s Ray and Maria Stata Center.[132] About three hours after the MIT shooting and after carjacking a vehicle, Tamerlan died in a gunfight with police in Watertown, Massachusetts. Another officer was seriously wounded. Shot in the neck and hiding in a boat parked nearby, Dzhokhar was arrested 18 hours later, and hospitalized in critical condition.[132] He was sentenced to death in 2015.
May 14, 2013Birmingham, Alabama00Allegedly responding to a student fight, a mother of a student fired a weapon on the campus of Ossie Ware Mitchell Middle School. No one was injured.[133]
June 7, 2013Santa Monica, California6[n 1]42013 Santa Monica shooting: 23-year-old John Zawahri, began a killing spree at his home. After killing his 55-year-old father, Samir “Sam” Zawahri, and 25-year-old brother, Chris Zawahri, he set the house ablaze. Dressed all in black with body armor and wielding an AR-15-type semi-automatic rifle, Zawahri carjacked 41-year-old Laura Siska, shooting 50-year-old Debra Fine, as she attempted to intervene, before forcing Siska to drive to Santa Monica College. Upon arriving on the college campus, Zawahri began shooting at passing vehicles, including a police car and a city bus, leaving three people with minor injuries. Zawahri next targeted a Ford Explorer, killing the driver, 68-year-old campus groundskeeper, Carlos Navarro Franco, and fatally wounding the passenger, his 26-year-old daughter Marcela Diaz-Franco, a student at the college, who died two days later. 68-year-old Margarita Gomez, who was collecting cans outside the library, died after being shot in the abdomen and chest. Zawahri opened fire on students who were trying to run away. It ended at the college library where he opened fire on students studying for finals, before being fatally wounded in an exchange of gunfire with responding police officers.[134]
August 23, 2013Sardis, Mississippi1215-year-old student, Roderick Bobo, was killed during a football game at North Panola High School in what was termed a gang-related shooting. Two others were injured in the shooting. Three men were charged as being responsible for the crime.[135]
August 30, 2013Winston-Salem, North Carolina01A 15-year-old male student was shot at Carver High School, at 2:30 p.m.. He was hospitalized with minor injuries.[136] An 18-year-old male student was apprehended without further incident. The suspected gunman is charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, carrying a concealed gun, possessing and discharging a firearm, and carrying a firearm onto educational property. The shooting was believed related to a dispute between the suspect and the victim.[137]
October 4, 2013Pine Hills, Florida02A 16-year-old student was shot in the hip outside Agape Christian Academy after a fight broke out at 2 p.m.. An innocent bystander was hit by a stray bullet or shrapnel. The two victims were treated for minor injuries. The suspected shooter reportedly fled in a car with several other males, and was not caught.[138]
October 21, 2013Sparks, Nevada2[n 1]212-year-old seventh-grade student Jose Reyes opened fire with a handgun at the basketball courts of Sparks Middle School, injuring one student in the shoulder. Michael Landsberry, a teacher and veteran, tried to intervene and was killed by Reyes. Reyes also wounded a student trying to help the teacher. Reyes then committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.[103][136] The shooting happened before classes, and the school was evacuated and was closed for the week.[139]
November 2, 2013Greensboro, North Carolina01A 21-year-old student was wounded at North Carolina A&T State University. The victim was hospitalized for serious but non-life-threatening injuries. The university was temporarily locked down that night. No suspects are in custody.[140]
November 3, 2013Lithonia, Georgia02A Stephenson High School student and a janitor were shot in an apparent confrontation between football team members and a group of teens who were not attending the school. Both were innocent bystanders.[141]
November 13, 2013Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania03After classes ended, at least one gunman came out of the woods and opened fire on three students as they were walking to their cars at Brashear High School. One student was grazed in the head, another was struck in the neck and shoulder, and a third was hit in the leg and foot. Six people were taken into custody. The shooting is believed to be drug-related.[142]
December 4, 2013Winter Garden, Florida01A 15-year-old student was wounded by a 17-year-old student near a soccer field on the campus of West Orange High School. The shooting occurred after a fight broke out between the two students. The 17-year-old suspected shooter was taken into custody several miles away from the school, and is charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery with a firearm, possession of a firearm by a minor and possession of a firearm on school grounds. In October 2014, the shooter was sentenced to twenty-five years in prison.[143]
December 13, 2013Centennial, Colorado2[n 1]018-year-old Karl Pierson, shot 17-year-old student Claire Davis in the head, fatally injuring her, in a hallway in Arapahoe High School. Pierson then took his own life.[103] Pierson was armed with a shotgun, three Molotov cocktails, and a machete. His intention was to shoot the librarian who had disciplined him. Claire Davis died from her injuries on December 21, 2013.[144]
December 19, 2013Fresno, California01Four teens (16, 16, 16 and 17 years old) entered Edison High School in what was believed as a gang-initiation process. After accosting a 62-year-old woman about a mile away from school grounds, they found an athletic trainer who taught at Edison High and shot him several times in the leg and stomach.[145]
January 9, 2014Jackson, Tennessee01A 16-year-old student was charged with bringing a gun to school at Liberty Technology Magnet High School and shooting a classmate in the thigh. The incident occurred outside the front of the school.[146]
January 13, 2014New Haven, Connecticut01A 14-year-old boy was shot outside of a basketball game at the Hillhouse High School athletic facility, suffering wounds in his hand and leg.[cite]
January 14, 2014Roswell, New Mexico03Two people were wounded inside the gymnasium of Berrendo Middle School, at about 8:10 a.m.. An 11-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl were airlifted to a hospital in Lubbock, Texas in critical condition. The 12-year-old suspected shooter, Mason Campbell, a seventh grade student, was apprehended at the scene after he was talked down by a staff member and dropped the shotgun. A staff member received minor injuries. Campbell was charged with three counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. He was sentenced to a maximum sentence of confinement in a juvenile detention facility until he is twenty one years old.[147]
January 17, 2014Philadelphia, Pennsylvania02A student allegedly shot two other students in the gymnasium at Delaware Valley Charter School. Both victims, a male and a female, were shot in the arm. They were taken to a nearby hospital and are in stable condition, police say. Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said at a news conference that the shooter ran out of the school after the shooting but was taken into custody near his home. 17-year-old Raisheem Rochwell was arrested and charged as an adult for aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and firearms offenses. Rochwell was sentenced to two years of juvenile detention.[148]
January 20, 2014Chester, Pennsylvania01One person was critically injured at Widener University. The incident occurred around 10 p.m. outside the university sport’s complex and led to an 8-hour university lock-down. The suspect was not immediately found.[149]
January 21, 2014West Lafayette, Indiana10A 21-year-old student, Andrew Boldt, was killed in a classroom building on the campus of Purdue University. 24-year-old student Cody Cousins was found guilty of the murder and was sentenced to sixty-five years of prison. In October 2014, Cousins committed suicide in his cell.[150]
January 24, 2014Orangeburg, South Carolina10A 20-year-old student was killed at South Carolina State University. A 19-year-old was arrested and charged with murder.[151]
January 25, 2014Los Angeles, California10A man was killed at Los Angeles Valley College. Two suspects were arrested in the fatal shooting.[152]
January 27, 2014Carbondale, Illinois01A group of students at Rebound High School got in an argument in the school’s parking lot. One student pulled out a gun and shot another student in the ensuing altercation. An 18-year-old suspect is facing charges of attempted murder.[153]
January 28, 2014Nashville, Tennessee01One student was shot in the leg in an apparent altercation over a gambling debt at Tennessee State University.[154]
January 30, 2014Palm Bay, Florida01Three students were fighting in a parking lot of Eastern Florida State College and one pulled out a gun and shot another of the students. All three students claimed self-defense.[155]
January 31, 2014Des Moines, Iowa01After a basketball game at North High School, there was gunfire in a parking lot of the school. Six males in a black jeep had come moments before the shooting and returned at the time it happened. A 15-year-old girl was injured by a ricocheting bullet. While officers were gaining control of the area, teachers on the scene led students into the school building for safety.[156]
February 10, 2014Salisbury, North Carolina01A 16-year-old student was shot in the stomach on the campus of Salisbury High School during a dispute in the school gym. 17-year-old suspect was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, possession of a firearm on school property and discharging a weapon on school property.[157]
February 10, 2014Lyndhurst, Ohio00Five shots were fired in the parking lot of Charles F. Brush High School, including one which hit an unoccupied police car. No one was reported to be injured, though a school basketball game was going on at the time.[158]
February 12, 2014Los Angeles, California01A male victim was shot in the back in a possible gang-related drive-by shooting near the University of Southern California. The suspect fled into the University Campus. The victim was last reported in stable condition before being transported to a local hospital.[159]
February 22, 2014Augusta, Georgia01A shooting involving a campus police officer occurred at a Georgia Regents University dormitory complex. A male suspect entered a vehicle and nearly struck an officer, who opened fire. The suspect was taken to Georgia Regents Medical Center with injuries that were not believed to be critical.[160]
March 25, 2014College Park, Georgia00An argument between students led to shots being fired in a Benjamin Banneker High School parking lot during the afternoon. Investigators believe multiple people were present when shots were fired, but it was not known how many could face charges for the incident. No one was injured in the shooting.[161]
April 11, 2014Detroit, Michigan10After a Friday evening student awards ceremony called “Grammy Night”, four men who were affiliated with a gang fired into a crowd in the parking lot of East English Village Preparatory Academy. One 19-year-old, Darryl Smith, was fatally shot in the head. Smith was not a student at the academy.[162]
May 4, 2014Augusta, Georgia01Two men fired shots inside a dormitory at Paine College on Sunday, injuring one student in the head. Neither of the suspects were students at the college.[163]
May 5, 2014Augusta, Georgia01An active shooter situation was reported at Paine College on Monday with one person reported to be shot. The suspect was apparently apprehended and in custody. It was the second shooting incident to occur at the college campus in two days.[164]
May 8, 2014Lawrenceville, Georgia01A person was shot on a student parking lot roof at Georgia Gwinnett College, receiving an injury. The specific cause has not been identified.[165]
May 14, 2014Richmond, California01A 14-year-old student was injured during a drive-by shooting in front of John F. Kennedy High School at 8:30 a.m.. He was shot as he was running towards the school campus after a fight took place. The student suffered a serious but stable injury to his leg. Police are searching for a suspect.[166]
June 5, 2014Seattle, Washington1319-year-old students, Paul Lee and Sarah Williams, and 24-year-old student, Thomas Fowler, were shot inside a hallway of Otto Miller Hall at Seattle Pacific University.[167] Freshman Lee was rushed to Harborview Medical Center but later died. The shooter was subdued with pepper spray and tackled to the ground by student building monitor, Jon Meis, as he paused to reload his shotgun. 26-year-old Aaron Rey Ybarra was arrested at the scene and has been charged with premeditated and attempted murder.[168]
June 10, 2014Troutdale, Oregon2[n 1]1At around 8:30 a.m. shots were fired at Reynolds High School. 14-year-old freshman Emilio Hoffman was killed, a physical education teacher was injured, and the gunman, 15-year-old Jared Padgett, exchanged gunfire with police officers and then committed suicide in a restroom stall.[103][169]
September 9, 2014Miami, Florida01Towards the end of the school day, one alternative school student in Miami was shot as a small group of students tussled. The injury was minor, requiring hospitalization, and five young adults were later questioned.[170]
September 11, 2014Taylorsville, Utah01An elementary school teacher with a concealed weapon permit had her gun fire accidentally in a faculty bathroom. The bullet shattered a toilet, and fragments of both the bullet and the porcelain injured her leg.[171]
September 27, 2014Terre Haute, Indiana01A 20-year-old Indiana State University student was shot by another student on Saturday inside a residence hall. The injuries were not fatal, and a full recovery was expected. The shooter was arrested on the following day.[172]
September 30, 2014Albemarle, North Carolina01Two students got in an argument at Albemarle High School around 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, and one of the students shot the other twice including once in the leg. The student who committed the shooting was allegedly involved in a stabbing of a football player last year at West Montgomery High School, which is only 20 miles (32 km) away in Mount Gilead, North Carolina. The school had held an active shooter training over the summer, which prepared the school for this incident.[173]
September 30, 2014Louisville, Kentucky01One student was injured at Fern Creek Traditional High School. The incident occurred around 1 p.m., reportedly after student became enraged in a hallway and pulled out a gun. The student was arrested later that day.[174]
October 3, 2014Fairburn, Georgia10After a homecoming football game, a fatal shooting of 17-year-old Kristofer Hunter, occurred in the Langston Hughes High School parking lot. The assailant, 18-year-old Eric Dana Johnson Jr., turned himself in a week later.[175]
October 24, 2014Marysville, Washington5[n 1]1Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting. 15-year-old freshman, Jaylen Fryberg, shot five students in the school cafeteria of Marysville Pilchuck High School, fatally wounding four, before committing suicide.[103][176]
November 20, 2014Tallahassee, Florida1[n 1]3At around 12:40 a.m. EST, a gunman opened fired in or near the Strozier Library at Florida State University. Three people suffered gunshot injuries and were taken to a local area hospital. One was in critical condition, another was in good condition, and the third was shortly released after treatment. The gunman, later identified as Myron May, an alumnus from the school, started firing towards responding police officers and was fatally shot by them on the steps of the library.[177]
November 20, 2014Miami, Florida11Two teens were shot during a fight at Miami Carol City High School. One of the boys died.[178]
December 12, 2014Portland, Oregon04Rosemary Anderson High School shooting: A gunman shot three students and a man outside Rosemary Anderson High School in north Portland. A 16-year-old girl was in critical condition, while the others suffered minor injuries. Two men, aged eighteen and twenty-two, were arrested in connection with the shooting.[179]

2015 to 2019

DateLocationDeathsInjuriesDescription
January 15, 2015Milwaukee, Wisconsin03A 15-year-old boy, a student’s father, and a teacher were each injured in the school parking lot at Wisconsin Lutheran High School. The student had unspecified injuries that were treated. The father was shot in the knee and the teacher was grazed in the toe. A 36-year-old man was charged in the shooting.[180]
January 16, 2015Ocala, Florida02Two were injured in gunfire that occurred after a Friday night basketball game. One was injured directly by a bullet, the other by ricocheting glass.[181]
February 4, 2015Frederick, Maryland02Two students were shot near the gymnasium of Frederick High School during a junior varsity (JV) boys’ basketball game. Approximately two hundred students, staff, and faculty were placed on lockdown for several hours after the shooting while police searched for the suspects. No suspects have been apprehended, although witnesses report seeing four black males dressed all in black who are considered by police to be suspects in this shooting.[182]
February 14, 2015Merced, California1016-year-old Benito Aguirre was found dead in the parking lot of Tenaya Middle School. The shooting was reported to have occurred after school hours.[183][184]
February 23, 2015Daytona Beach, Florida03Two students argued outside the music building at Bethune-Cookman University when one pulled out a gun. Both had guns and it is not disclosed who did the shooting, injuring three students. A reward was offered to help solve this case.[185]
March 30, 2015University City, Missouri01Police said one person has been arrested for a shooting at Pershing Elementary School. The shooting occurred in the parking lot, with a 34-year-old-man being shot in the buttocks.[186]
April 13, 2015Goldsboro, North Carolina10A faculty member was killed with a rifle in the school library of Wayne Community College. The suspected 20-year-old gunman, Kenneth Stancil, was arrested in Florida the next day. As of January 2017, Stancil, an admitted Neo-Nazi is being investigated for a hate crime.[187] Stancil was later sentenced to life without parole for the murder.[188]
April 16, 2015Paradis, Louisiana01A police officer was shot outside a school in a school zone while he was directing school buses into J.B. Martin Middle School, and the suspect was apprehended at the scene.[189]
May 12, 2015Jacksonville, Florida02Police report that a 16-year-old shot five bullets into a school bus and injured two students. Apparently, there was an argument that touched on previous events.[190]
May 24, 2015Flint, Michigan07In the early morning hours of Memorial Day weekend, a group of people were at Southwestern Classical Academy in the parking lot. Shots rang out and seven were injured, with two men being apprehended and charged.[191]
August 27, 2015Savannah, Georgia1022-year-old student Christopher Starks was fatally shot in a student union building at Savannah State University. The shooter has not been identified.[192]
September 3, 2015Sacramento, California12A man was arguing with at least one other person escalated into a physical fight on the parking lot of Sacramento City College. A man opened fire, killing a 25-year-old student and wounding two others. The shooting suspects: Tevita Kaihea and Charlie Hola (both 19 years old) were not arrested for the shooting until December of that year and in 2018 Kaihea was sentenced to 112 years to life in prison and hola was sentenced to 49 years to life.[193][194][195][196]
September 14, 2015Cleveland, Mississippi2[n 1]0A geography professor at Delta State University fatally shot a fellow history professor. The geography professor was chased by police and eventually died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.[197]
September 30, 2015Harrisburg, South Dakota01A principal was shot in the arm and wounded at Harrisburg High School after an argument with a student. The suspect, a 16-year-old student at the school, was taken into custody and is charged with first-degree attempted murder.[198]
October 1, 2015Roseburg, Oregon10[n 1]9Umpqua Community College shooting: At around 10:40 a.m. PDT, a gunman, later identified as 26-year-old student Christopher Harper-Mercer, opened fire in a hall on the Umpqua Community College campus, killing eight students and one teacher, and injuring nine others. The gunman later committed suicide after engaging responding police officers in a brief gunfight.[199]
October 9, 2015Flagstaff, Arizona13One student died and three others were wounded in a shooting at Northern Arizona University. It is unclear what sparked the shooting, which took place near Mountain View Hall, a dormitory that houses most of the campus’ students involved in Greek organizations. An 18-year-old student was arrested and charged with murder and aggravated assault.[200]
October 9, 2015Houston, Texas11One person died and another person was injured after someone opened fire outside a Texas Southern University dorm.[201]
October 22, 2015Nashville, Tennessee13One person was killed and three others were wounded in a shooting at an outdoor courtyard at Tennessee State University. The shooting may have stemmed from an argument over a dice game. A suspect has not been identified or arrested.[202]
November 1, 2015Winston-Salem, North Carolina11One person died and another person was injured, after someone opened fire on the campus of Winston-Salem State University. A 21-year-old non-student suspect is sought.[203]
November 20, 2015North Las Vegas, Nevada10A 16-year-old student was fatally shot during a fight after school hours that involved multiple people on the campus of Mojave High School.[204]
January 22, 2016Indianapolis, Indiana01A 15-year-old male was shot in the leg and injured during a night-time basketball game at Lawrence Central High School.[205]
January 29, 2016Philadelphia, Pennsylvania00A gunshot was fired during a fight in a stairwell at Franklin High School, and no injuries were reported. Three people were detained.[206]
February 9, 2016Muskegon Heights, Michigan04Four people, including two students, were injured during a basketball game event in the parking lot of Muskegon Heights High School.[207]
February 12, 2016Glendale, Arizona2[n 1]0Two 15-year-old girls died in an apparent Murder-Suicide at Independence High School.[208]
February 29, 2016Middletown, Ohio0415-year-old Cameron Smith, and 14-year-old Cooper Caffrey, were shot when 14-year-old James Austin Hancock, opened fire in the Madison High School cafeteria with a .380 caliber handgun. 15-year-old Brant Murray, and 14-year-old Katherine Douchette, also suffered shrapnel injuries.[209] Hancock was apprehended in a nearby wooded field.[210]
April 23, 2016Antigo, Wisconsin1[n 1]2Two students at a prom at Antigo High School were shot and injured by 18-year-old former student Jakob Wagner. Wagner later exchanged fire with a school resource officer in the school’s parking lot, and was captured after being shot and wounded by police. He died hours later in a hospital.
June 1, 2016Los Angeles, California3[n 1]02016 UCLA shooting. Mainak Sarkar, age 38, a Ph.D. student, killed his former professor, William S. Klug, age 39, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, in an engineering building at UCLA. Sarkar then killed himself. Sarkar, who lived in Minnesota, also killed his ex-wife, Ashley Hasti, age 31, in her Brooklyn Park, Minnesota home.[211][212]
June 8, 2016Dorchester, Massachusetts13One student was killed and three other individuals were injured when gunfire erupted outside of the Jeremiah Burke High School following a fire-alarm causing an evacuation of the school. Two suspects have been arrested.[213]
September 9, 2016Alpine, Texas1[n 1]2A 14-year-old female student shot a 16-year-old girl in an Alpine High School restroom before committing suicide. A police officer accidentally shot another officer during the incident.[214]
September 28, 2016Townville, South Carolina22Townville Elementary School shooting: Two students and one teacher were wounded after a teen opened fire at Townville Elementary School. The suspect’s father was found dead at his home soon after the shooting. One of the victims, six-year-old Jacob Hall, died 3 days after the shooting.[215][216]
October 11, 2016Mobile, Alabama01A student was shot in the abdomen and wounded at Vigor High School. The suspect, a 16-year-old boy, turned himself in and was charged with assault.[217]
October 13, 2016Columbus, Ohio02Two students were shot and wounded on the front lawn of Linden McKinley STEM Academy. One was shot in the shoulder and the other shot in the chest; both were hospitalized in stable condition.[218]
October 18, 2016San Francisco, California04Four students were shot outside June Jordan High School for Equity, a San Francisco public high school. One female victim was in critical condition, while three male victims suffered minor injuries.[219] Two people were arrested in the shooting.[220]
October 25, 2016Sandy, Utah01Police say the two teens ages 14 and 16 were involved in a confrontation on the far north end of Union Middle School. The boys got into an argument. The argument lead to a shooting. The 14 year old shot the 16 year old twice. He was sent to the hospital in critical but stable condition.[221]
December 1, 2016Bountiful, Utah00At Mueller Park Junior High School, a 15-year-old student fired one shot into the ceiling and then pointed the weapon at his own neck. The student was confronted verbally by a teacher and another student and later arrested in possession of a shotgun, a handgun, and ammunition for each.[222]
January 20, 2017West Liberty, Ohio01A 17-year-old student was charged with attempted murder and other crimes after bringing a gun to West Liberty-Salem High School and firing two shots at a 17-year-old student in a bathroom with a shotgun. The victim was injured. The student “also is accused of discharging the weapon in the school’s hallway before returning to the bathroom, where he was eventually taken into custody.”[223]
January 20, 2017Seattle, Washington01A 34-year-old man was shot in Red Square at University of Washington while protesting the visit of controversial journalist Milo Yiannopoulos. The shooter turned himself in to the university police and was later questioned and released without being charged with a crime.[224]
March 21, 2017King City, California01An 18-year-old King City High School student was shot outside the school’s auditorium. The gunman ran across the school’s campus and baseball field, and fled the area. The school was then placed on lockdown. The victim was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.[225] A suspect was arrested in August 2017.[226]
April 10, 2017San Bernardino, California3[n 1]1North Park Elementary School shooting: Cedric Anderson, age 53, of Riverside, California, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after shooting and killing his estranged wife, Karen Elaine Smith, age 53, in a classroom. An eight-year-old student was also fatally shot, and a seven-year-old student was injured.[227]
May 4, 2017Irving, Texas2[n 1]0North Lake College: Adrian Victor Torres killed a 20-year-old student, Janeera Nickol Gonzalez, whom he was stalking. He fatally shot her three times and the college went into lockdown before discovering that the suspect has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.[228]
September 13, 2017Rockford, Washington13Freeman High School: Three students were injured and one killed after a shooter opened fire. The suspect was armed with an AR-15 and a Pistol. He shot one student with the AR-15, but the gun jammed so he switched to his pistol. He killed one student after shooting him twice in the stomach and once in the head. He was stopped by a janitor. The suspect, a 15-year-old student, (Caleb Sharpe) was taken into police custody.[229]
September 20, 2017Mattoon, Illinois01Mattoon High School: A 14-year-old male student was subdued by a female teacher when he attempted to open fire in the school cafeteria at 11:33 a.m. Multiple shots were fired in the process, and one student was struck in the chest and was driven to a nearby hospital suffering non-life-threatening wounds. The student was taken into custody without further incident.[230][231]
November 13, 2017Albany, Georgia02Two people were shot on the Albany State University campus.[232]
November 14, 2017Rancho Tehama Reserve, California6[n 1]18Rancho Tehama Reserve shootings: Neighbor on a rampage injured one student at Rancho Tehama Elementary School and fatally shot five adults at several locations.[233] The secretary heard the gunfire near the school and ordered the school to go on lockdown. After a custodian and the teachers put it into action, 43 year-old Kevin Neal rammed a truck into the gate of the school and fired at the classrooms hitting one student when a bullet pierced the wall. Neal fatally shot himself after sheriff’s deputies rammed his vehicle during a pursuit.[233][234]
December 7, 2017Aztec, New Mexico3[n 1]0Aztec High School shooting: William Atchison, 21-year-old former male student snuck into Aztec High School disguised as a student and hid in an unlocked washroom with a Glock 9mm handgun hidden in his bag. He retreated from the washroom after being spotted by a school custodian who chased him shouting “active shooter” and “lockdown”. Atchinson was able to shoot and kill two students who were caught in the hallway before he killed himself.[235][236] He had been investigated in 2016 by the FBI when he asked “where to find cheap assault rifles for a mass shooting” on an online forum.[237]
January 10, 2018Denison, Texas00A criminal justice club student picked up a loaded gun, belonging to an advisor, which the student thought was an unloaded training weapon. She then shot at a wall target, unintentionally firing a bullet, which went through the wall and broke a window. The advisor was a licensed peace officer permitted to carry a firearm on campus.[238]
January 20, 2018Winston-Salem, North Carolina10A student was fatally shot at a party at 1 a.m. on the campus of Wake Forest University.[239]
January 22, 2018Italy, Texas01A 16-year-old male student fired at a 15-year-old female classmate that he had briefly dated in the cafeteria of Italy High School. The gunman left the school immediately after opening fire and was arrested.[240][241][242]
January 22, 2018New Orleans, Louisiana01Shots were fired from a truck in the parking lot of NET Charter High School, targeting a crowd of students during lunch time. One student was slightly injured, apparently from injuries unrelated to gunfire. One person was arrested in connection with the shooting.[239]
January 23, 2018Marshall County, Kentucky218Marshall County High School shooting: Gabriel Ross Parker,[243] a 15-year-old male student shot 16 people in the lobby at Marshall County High School and caused non-gunshot injuries to four others. Two 15-year-old students died: one killed at the scene, another died of wounds at Vanderbilt Medical Center.[244][245][246]
January 31, 2018Philadelphia, Pennsylvania10A fight began in the school parking lot outside a basketball game, and the school went into lockdown after shots were fired. A 32-year-old male was transported by private vehicle to Nazareth Hospital with two gunshot wounds in his leg. He was transferred by helicopter to another hospital, but died from his injuries. Police announced that they are searching for an adult male suspect.[247]
February 1, 2018Los Angeles, California05Two 15-year-old students, a boy and a girl, were shot and injured inside a classroom at Sal Castro Middle School, which shares a campus with Belmont High School. Three other people suffered injuries unrelated to gunfire. A 12-year-old girl was arrested and charged with negligent discharge of a firearm.[248]
February 5, 2018Oxon Hill, Maryland01A student was taken to the hospital after exiting Oxon Hill High School and going to speak to individuals in a vehicle who then attempted to rob, and subsequently shot and wounded him in the school’s parking lot. Two other students were arrested and charged with attempted murder and robbery.[249]
February 9, 2018Nashville, Tennessee01Pearl-Cohn High School: A student was shot five times in the parking lot.[250]
February 14, 2018Parkland, Florida1717Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting: A 19-year-old former student (Nikolas Cruz) whose behavior had led to his expulsion began shooting students and staff members with a rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School after activating a fire alarm. Seventeen people were killed, and 17 others were injured. The suspect shot the students on the first and third floor of the complex. The suspected shooter blended in with the crowd of fleeing students and was arrested in a residential area of neighboring Coral Springs after walking away from the school.[251] He was later charged with murder and attempted murder.[252] The suspect had sat down at a McDonald’s, then went to a nearby Subway.
February 24, 2018Savannah, Georgia10Savannah State University: A non-student was shot on campus and later died.[253]
February 27, 2018Itta Bena, Mississippi01Mississippi Valley State University: A person was shot in a recreation center. The injury was not life-threatening.[254]
February 27, 2018Norfolk, Virginia01Norfolk State University: A student was shot from an adjacent dorm room while doing homework. He was not seriously injured.[255]
March 2, 2018Mount Pleasant, Michigan20Central Michigan University shooting: 19-year-old student James Eric Davis Jr. shot and killed his mother and father when they came to campus to take him home for spring break. After the shooting Davis fled and the campus was placed on lockdown. Around 15 hours later police arrested him and took him to a local hospital. The incident disrupted the travel plans of students and campus activities for several days. Davis was charged with two counts of murder and one count of unlawful possession of a firearm used to commit murder however the judge found Davis insane and was put in a Psychiatric facility.[256][257][258][259]
March 7, 2018Birmingham, Alabama12Huffman High School: One student was killed and another injured when shots were fired in the school building, prompting the school to go into lockdown shortly after the bell rang for school dismissal. Law enforcement originally labeled the shooting as “accidental”.[260] Subsequently, 17-year-old male student Michael Barber was charged with manslaughter and was charged as “being a certain person forbidden to possess a pistol”.[261] Although the school has metal detectors, they were not being used that day.[262] School resource officers were onsite at the time of the shooting.[261] Barber was sentenced to 12 months in jail.[263]
March 7, 2018Jackson, Mississippi01Jackson State University: A student was shot inside a dormitory. His injuries were not life-threatening.[264]
March 8, 2018Mobile, Alabama01University of South Alabama: One person was hospitalized after a shooting on campus.[265]
March 9, 2018Lexington, Kentucky01[n 1]Frederick Douglass High School: A 16-year-old male student unintentionally shot himself with a gun he had smuggled into a classroom, sustaining an injury to his left thumb. Police announced they were charging him with wanton endangerment and possession of a weapon on school property. After the shooting, the school superintendent announced that stationary metal detectors would be installed and all students would be required to enter through them.[266]
March 13, 2018Seaside, California01Seaside High School: A teacher accidentally discharged a firearm while teaching a public safety class, injuring one student.[267]
March 14, 2018Birmingham, Alabama2[n 1]1University of Alabama at Birmingham: A disgruntled employee entered the UAB Highlands Hospital on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and shot two hospital employees, fatally wounding one, on the second floor. The perpetrator then shot and fatally wounded himself.[268]
March 20, 2018Great Mills, Maryland2[n 1]1Great Mills High School: The school was placed on lockdown after a shooting occurred in the morning. A 17-year-old male student, armed with a handgun, shot and fatally injured a female student (with whom he had a prior relationship) and wounded a male student. The student shot himself in the head, fatally, while the school resource officer simultaneously shot at him.[269]
April 12, 2018Raytown, Missouri01South Middle School: A man was shot in the stomach in the parking lot during a track meet.[270]
April 20, 2018Ocala, Florida01Forest High School: A student shot through the door of the school with a Sawed-off shotgun shortly before a national school walkout for gun control measures. The student had recently dropped out and had planned a much more serious school shooting. His injuries were not life-threatening. The 19-year-old former student was arrested.[citation needed]
May 11, 2018Palmdale, California01Highland High School: A 14-year-old former student allegedly fired a semi-automatic rifle shortly before classes were to begin. A 15-year-old was struck in the shoulder but went into surgery and was expected to recover fully. The suspect ditched the gun in a field and was arrested nearby, and faces a charge of attempted murder.[271]
May 16, 2018Dixon, Illinois01[n 1]Dixon High School: A 19-year-old student recently kicked off the football team allegedly fired shots prior to graduation rehearsal. A school resource officer shot the suspect, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries.[272][273]
May 18, 2018Santa Fe, Texas1013[n 1]Santa Fe High School shooting: The school was evacuated when fire alarms were pulled at 7:45 am after students said they had heard gunshots. The shooter (Dimitrios Pagourtzis) started in the art room, then went through the art hallway. The shooter had a Remington 870 shotgun and a .38 caliber revolver. Multiple IEDs, pressure cookers, Molotov cocktails, pipe bombs, propane tanks, and other homemade explosives were also found around the school and parking lot.[274]
May 18, 2018Jonesboro, Georgia13Mount Zion High School: An argument led to a shooting in a parking lot after a high school graduation ceremony for graduates of Perry Learning Center. Mount Zion High School provided overflow parking for people attending the ceremony.[275]
May 25, 2018Noblesville, Indiana02Noblesville West Middle School shooting: Two people were shot and injured in a shooting at Noblesville West Middle School in Noblesville, Indiana. The shooter is an unnamed middle school student who exited his science classroom and re-entered with a gun. When he returned, he shot a female student and the science teacher, identified as Jason Seamen. Seamen was shot in the abdomen, hip, and forearm. The gun was wrestled away by Seamen after both he and the female student were shot.[276][277]
August 4, 2018Edgewood, Maryland1019-year-old Thailek Jacob Willis was found in a car in the parking lot of Edgewood High School suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper torso and later died at a local hospital.[278] 15-year-old Jaylin Jerome Brown and 16-year-old Yasin Wallace Powell were later charged with murder and armed robbery as they each were accused of shooting the victim in after attempting to rob him during a drug deal.[279]
August 17, 2018Wellington, Florida02Two people were shot and injured at a football game in Palm Beach Central High School in Wellington, Florida.[280]
August 20, 2018AtlantaGeorgia00A shootout erupted on the campus of Georgia State University the night before classes started.[281]
August 30, 2018San Francisco, California01One student was injured when two students were joking around about guns, and one student discharged a firearm at Balboa High School in San Francisco, California. 4 students were arrested in this incident, and 2 were allowed to go back to school. The school was on lockdown along with three other schools in the area for two hours.[282]
September 5, 2018Providence, Rhode Island11[n 1]William Parsons, a 15-year-old student at Central High School, was shot and killed outside Providence Career and Technical Academy in Providence, Rhode Island. Police said that two young men got into an altercation and shots were fired, hitting the victim, who was uninvolved. The 16-year-old shooter Joel Leocra accidentally shot and injured himself while trying to get away, under a mile from the scene.[283] Leocra was sentenced to life in prison plus 10 years and must serve at least 25 years before being eligible for parole.[284]
September 10, 2018Memphis, Tennessee01A teen girl was injured after shots were fired into school bus full of students attending Fairley High School.[285]
September 11, 2018Las Vegas, Nevada1018-year-old student Dalvin Brown was shot at Canyon Springs High School near the baseball field and later died of his injuries at a hospital.[286] 16-year-old Kayin French was arrested in connection to Brown’s death shortly after the incident. His trial is scheduled for February 3, 2020.[287]
October 29, 2018Matthews, North Carolina11David W. Butler High School freshman, 16 year old Jatwan Craig Cuffie, fatally shot sophomore Bobby McKeithen. Cuffie is in custody and charged with first-degree murder.[288][289] Cuffie was sentenced to 80 to 108 months in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter.[290]
December 13, 2018Richmond, Indiana1[n 1]014-year-old Brandon Clegg[291] attempted a shooting on Dennis Intermediate School. He took two guns and threatened to kill his mother’s ex-boyfriend if he did not drive him to the school.[292] After his mother called 911, police arrived just before he was able to begin his attack. After exchanging shots with officers, Clegg shot his way through a locked glass door and entered the school, where he continued to shoot at officers. After he was cornered in one of the school’s stairwell, Clegg committed suicide by shooting himself.[293]
January 2, 2019Jersey City, New Jersey00School resource officer Dana Jackson, assigned to Snyder High School, was cleaning his service weapon when it discharged. No injuries were reported. Jackson was removed from his assignment at the school.[294]
January 3, 2019Miami, Florida00Two men were involved in an altercation on the campus of Florida International University when one of the men pulled out a gun and fired into the air. Both men were detained, and no injuries were reported.[295]
January 4, 2019Columbus, Mississippi01A former student at the Mississippi University for Women was shot and injured, causing a multi-hour lockdown and a search for a gunman. Police stated they were investigating whether the wound was self-inflicted. No one has been detained in relation to the crime.[296]
January 7, 2019Belmont, California10Seventeen-year-old Mohammad Othman was fatally shot in the parking lot of Central Elementary School. Police believe the shooter had a connection to Othman, but neither the shooter nor Othman had a relation to the elementary school.[297]
January 11, 2019Eugene, Oregon1[n 1]0A man involved in a custody battle arrived at Cascade Middle School and became enraged. As he was being escorted from the school by police, he began struggling and pulled a gun, according to authorities. The man was shot and killed by the officers. No one else was injured.[298]
January 19, 2019Overland Park, Kansas02A 16-year-old boy was shot in the head, and a 15-year-old boy was also injured, in a possible robbery incident in a parking lot of Lakewood Middle School in Overland Park, Kansas. The school was not in session at the time. Both victims are expected to recover.[299]
January 25, 2019Mobile, Alabama02Two males were wounded after basketball game at Davidson High School, but between Blount High School and Murphy High School, the 15-year-old suspect fled the scene before law enforcement arrived and was not arrested until February 8. His mother was arrested for harboring a fugitive.[300][301]
January 30, 2019Lithonia, Georgia01A man running on the Miller Grove High School track saw someone trying to break into his car, which was parked on school property. When the man confronted the person breaking into his car, he was shot once. The man was taken to a local hospital and listed in stable condition.[302]
January 30, 2019Prairie View, Texas00Shots were fired at Prairie View A&M University‘s Village 1 basketball court, according to officials. No injuries were reported. Officials are still searching for suspects.[303]
January 31, 2019Memphis, Tennessee01At Manassas High School, a 14-year-old student was shot by a pellet gun.[304]
January 31, 2019Humble, Texas01Seventeen-year-old Mikael Neciosup, a student at Atascocita High School, was arrested after shooting a 16-year-old classmate who was trying to buy marijuana from him. The victim suffered wounds to the foot and torso which were not life-threatening. Neciosup posted Snapchat videos mocking deputies and bragging about the shooting as he was being arrested. He was charged with aggravated assault and is being held on bond.[305]
February 8, 2019Baltimore, Maryland01A 25-year-old was confronted by an adult staff member of Frederick Douglass High School as to his purpose on being on school grounds. In response, the gunman shot and injured the staff member.[306]
February 12, 2019Kansas City, Missouri10During a basketball game at the Central Academy of Excellence, an argument between two groups led to the groups being escorted out in a staggered fashion. However, as the second group was being escorted out 15-year old Anjanique Wright in the group was shot and later pronounced dead at the hospital. Two female students (Jamya D. Norfleet, 21 and Taylor McMillon, 18) were charged with her murder.[307][308][309]
February 14, 2019Rio Rancho, New Mexico00Sixteen-year-old student Joshua Owen discharged a single shot in the hallway of Cleveland High School prior to classes beginning. The school was evacuated to a soccer field and then to a nearby arena where students were reunited with their parents. Authorities have not commented on whether Owen was targeting anyone or a possible motive. Owen faces charges of attempted murder, unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon, and unlawful possession of a handgun. No injuries were reported.[310][311]
February 17, 2019Arapahoe County, Colorado10Two adult men in an ongoing dispute about a parking space agreed to meet at Eaglecrest High School to settle the dispute. During the argument, 31-year-old Marcus Johnson produced a handgun and shot 46-year-old Anthony “T.J.” Cunningham. Johnson then fled the campus, returned home and called 911 to report the shooting. He was arrested when deputies arrived at his home. Cunningham, a former CU football player drafted by the Seattle Seahawks, died the next day of his wounds. Johnson is charged with first-degree murder.[310][312][313]
February 26, 2019Montgomery, Alabama01At Robert E. Lee High School, a 17-year-old student was shot and wounded in the arm. The gunman, a fellow student, had previously shot another student at the school in less than a two-year period.[304]
February 28, 2019Cheyenne, Wyoming00A 17-year-old student at Cheyenne South High School fired a gun toward an unoccupied vehicle in the school parking lot, shattering its window. The student was arrested on suspicion of discharging a firearm in city limits, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, felony burglary, and larceny. No injuries were reported.[310][314]
March 7, 2019Grambling, Louisiana01Grambling State University student was injured after an accidental discharge in a dorm by a friends gun.[315]
March 22, 2019Blounstville, Alabama01A substitute teacher at Blountsville Elementary School, unlawfully brought a small-caliber weapon into the classroom, which discharged while in his pocket. One student reportedly had minor injuries, and the substitute was arrested.[316]
March 27, 2019Holmes County, Mississippi01A 10-year-old student was struck in the hand by gunfire that some claim was fired by another student on the bus, while school district officials claim it was a drive-by shooting.[317]
April 1, 2019Prescott, Arkansas01A 14-year-old male student with a concealed weapon shot a 14-year-old classmate at Prescott High School in what police described as a “premeditated attack”. The victim was airlifted to a nearby hospital and is in stable condition. The shooter was apprehended by school resource officers.[318]
April 25, 2019Texas City, Texas03At College of the Mainland, a police cadet student, 21-year-old Clayton Whatley, reached into his backpack and accidentally discharged a loaded handgun. Two other students were shot in the leg, and a third was grazed.[319]
April 25, 2019Stone Mountain, Georgia010At a teen armed with a pellet gun fired at Wynbrooke Elementary School inflicting minor injuries on 10 children[320]
April 30, 2019Charlotte, North Carolina242019 UNCC shooting: A shooter on the University of North Carolina at Charlotte campus killed 2 and injured 4 on the last day of classes.[321] Riley Howell, a student in the classroom, was credited with stopping the shooter.[304]
May 4, 2019Eugene, Oregon10A 21-year-old Lane Community College student was killed outside a fraternity house at the University of Oregon.[322]
May 6, 2019Riverview, Florida00A person shot through a window of an elementary school bus with 11 kids inside.[323]
May 7, 2019Highlands Ranch, Colorado18STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting: Two shooters killed 1 student and injured 8 others at STEM School Highlands Ranch.[324]
May 7, 2019Savannah, Georgia01A man who was not a student at Savannah State University shot and wounded a student at a residence hall.[304]
August 8, 2019Montgomery, Alabama0038-year old Isaiah Johnson, dropped his son off at Blount Elementary School, and then got into an argument with another father over a traffic dispute. He discharged a firearm into the father’s vehicle.[325][326][327].[304]
August 30, 2019Mobile, Alabama010Deangelo Dejuan Parnell shot 9 people during a confrontation at a stadium where a high school football game was being played. A tenth person suffered a stroke.[328]
October 13, 2019Nashville, Tennessee10A 19-year-old student was found unconscious with a bullet wound to his abdomen. Authorities said there were no reports of a shooting or suspicious activity on campus. another student George Wells was later charged with reckless homicide.[329][330]
October 22, 2019Santa Rosa, California01A 16-year-old student was shot twice, at least once in the abdomen, by a 17-year-old classmate just outside of Ridgway High School. The student was hospitalized in stable condition. The shooting may have stemmed from a gang dispute, according to local authorities. The 17-year-old was charged with attempted murder.[331]
November 14, 2019Santa Clarita, California3[n 1]3Saugus High School shooting: Five people were injured, two fatally, in a shooting at Saugus High School. The suspected shooter, a male student who was also injured, was taken into custody and died the next day.[332][333]
November 15, 2019Pleasantville, New Jersey12Five men opened fire during a playoff game between the Camden Panthers and the Pleasantville Greyhounds at Pleasantville High School, injuring a 15-year-old boy, a 27-year-old male, and fatally injuring a 10-year-old boy. All five were later arrested for the random act of violence however the injured 27 year-old (who is believed to be the shooters target) has also been charged with unlawful possession of a handgun.[334][335][336]
November 23, 2019Union City, California20Two boys, aged 11 and 14-years-old were shot in the parking lot of the Seamless Elementary School around 1 am, while sitting in a minivan. Both boys died of their wounds, one at the scene and the other at the hospital.[337]
November 27, 2019Vancouver, Washington2[n 1]1Tiffany Hill who was fatally shot by her estranged husband in the parking lot of Sarah J. Anderson Elementary School had been sitting in the minivan with her mother and her three young children and the shooter, Keland Hill, killed himself a short time later after a police chase. Hill’s three children were in the car and witnessed the shooting but were not physically injured. Her mother was shot three times and has undergone multiple surgeries but is expected to survive.[338][339]

They perverted justice among themselves (v. 7): “You turn judgment to wormwood, that is, you make your administrations of justice bitter and nauseous, and highly displeasing both to God and man.’’ That fruit has become a weed, a weed in the garden; as nothing is more venerable, nothing more valuable, than justice duly administered, so nothing is more hurtful, nothing more abominable, than designedly doing wrong under color and pretense of doing right. Corruptio optimi est pessima —The best, when corrupted, becomes the worst.

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The following table of United States cities by crime rate is based on Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Reports statistics from 2017 for the top 100 most populous cities in America that have reported data to the FBI UCR system.[1]

The population numbers are based on U.S. Census estimates for the year-end. The number of murders includes nonnegligent manslaughter. This list is based on reporting. In most cases, the city and the reporting agency are identical. However, in some cases such as Charlotte, Honolulu, and Las Vegas, the reporting agency has more than one municipality.

Murder is the only statistic that all agencies are required to report. Consequently, some agencies do not report all the crimes. If components are missing the total is adjusted to 0.

Crime rates per 100,000 people per year

StateCityPopulationViolent crimeProperty crimeArson2
TotalMurder andNonnegligent manslaughterRape1RobberyAggravated assaultTotalBurglaryLarceny-theftMotor vehicle theft
AlabamaMobile3248431740.2520.1357.16177.11485.855453.831216.843730.21506.7822.94
AlaskaAnchorage2961881203.299.12132.01262.67799.495415.82748.173619.661047.9820.93
ArizonaChandler249355259.472.0152.1356.95148.382329.61314.411866.01149.18
ArizonaGilbert24209085.512.0716.1121.0746.261385.85192.491137.5955.7612.39
ArizonaGlendale249273488.224.8138.91192.96251.534530.37637.453426.36466.5619.26
ArizonaMesa492268415.834.6751.1992.23267.742171.99381.501610.91179.584.67
ArizonaPhoenix1644177760.939.5569.46200.28481.643670.71778.572426.69465.4611.56
ArizonaScottsdale251840157.241.9940.9039.7174.652172.01348.631725.7097.689.13
ArizonaTucson532323801.778.6493.55268.82430.755251.70831.073968.46452.1729.31
CaliforniaAnaheim353400354.562.8332.54135.82183.362630.45382.291809.00439.1612.73
CaliforniaBakersfield381154479.3310.7624.14197.56246.884068.43962.082377.78728.5870.58
CaliforniaChula Vista271109298.040.7422.87112.13162.301432.27236.07915.50280.708.48
CaliforniaFremont236368182.340.8528.7779.1173.612150.46284.731499.78365.9511.00
CaliforniaFresno526371565.0010.6433.06182.00339.303841.40693.242618.31529.8541.23
CaliforniaIrvine27611561.210.7216.6619.9223.901316.48227.081019.1470.263.62
CaliforniaLong Beach471397657.834.6743.06262.41347.692672.48586.551507.01578.9226.94
CaliforniaLos Angeles4007147761.317.0161.27269.87423.172535.92415.961640.99478.9735.29
CaliforniaOakland4249151299.3216.2494.14629.77559.175982.84617.064072.581293.2046.13
CaliforniaRiverside328023508.813.6650.61165.84288.703058.32510.032020.89527.4022.25
CaliforniaSacramento499997675.607.8019.80220.00428.002936.62577.601815.41543.6041.80
CaliforniaSan Bernardino2172591291.0915.6572.72403.67799.053867.73983.161836.521048.0630.84
CaliforniaSan Diego1424116366.612.4639.2599.01225.891842.97268.031214.37360.5711.09
CaliforniaSan Francisco881255715.006.3541.65365.39301.626168.02560.005059.49548.5434.38
CaliforniaSan Jose1037529403.653.0855.03132.62212.912440.70378.401284.69777.6216.67
CaliforniaSanta Ana335699488.536.2656.00180.22246.052090.27276.741223.72589.8117.87
CaliforniaSanta Clarita216350162.701.8518.4956.3985.971424.08311.53923.04189.516.01
CaliforniaStockton43095661414.5617.7749.75390.22956.823627.34691.292274.15661.8967.19
ColoradoAurora368018608.398.1586.68184.50329.063003.66454.051954.80594.8118.48
ColoradoColorado Springs472958524.156.13103.39101.91312.713216.78530.282235.08451.4124.32
ColoradoDenver706616675.618.3598.92174.35393.993667.06612.922267.29786.8518.26
District of ColumbiaWashington693972948.7416.7263.84338.77529.424156.22260.533528.96366.73
FloridaHialeah238260198.522.5213.8564.64117.522213.55248.891677.16287.5010.07
FloridaJacksonville894638631.3212.1860.14153.81405.193526.68631.092568.64326.9510.73
FloridaMiami463009720.9411.2322.68211.23475.804014.18526.993090.87396.3215.77
FloridaOrlando283982744.068.1064.44213.04458.485454.57840.904125.26488.417.75
FloridaSt. Petersburg263712698.497.5851.57189.22450.114312.66671.953269.85370.8618.20
FloridaTampa384360464.4110.1531.48105.63317.151743.68321.311274.85147.5210.15
GeorgiaAtlanta481343935.7216.4158.59293.55567.164776.43704.283387.19684.9615.37
GeorgiaSavannah-Chatham Metropolitan242941462.6614.4141.16156.83250.273431.29549.522494.84386.937.41
HawaiiHonolulu990384246.373.2328.7891.68122.682774.38336.332073.94364.1033.02
IdahoBoise225677279.160.8963.8122.60191.872444.64326.131965.20153.3218.17
IllinoisChicago27061711098.8624.1365.11439.26570.363263.80477.132358.83427.8418.99
IndianaFort Wayne266259357.5513.9051.08112.30180.283179.61491.252488.55199.8135.30
IndianaIndianapolis8707881333.9617.9176.71400.21839.134411.871027.232821.47563.1729.40
IowaDes Moines217277670.1112.8933.60167.53456.104413.261099.062734.30579.9019.33
KansasWichita3910841022.298.9597.68153.16762.505535.64838.954063.07633.6225.57
KentuckyLexington322332350.889.0062.05169.70110.133782.13647.472739.72394.9312.72
KentuckyLouisville Metro6684362647.0315.9325.57193.76411.774122.23821.642735.98564.610.73
LouisianaBaton Rouge2274031026.8138.2643.97381.70562.885594.031418.633739.62435.7973.00
LouisianaNew Orleans3974471121.4139.50144.67329.10608.134243.84560.833046.19636.8110.32
MarylandBaltimore6132172027.0155.7762.29958.71950.234928.111311.282773.57843.2642.56
MassachusettsBoston682903669.208.3542.47205.59412.802089.02308.831603.74176.45
MichiganDetroit6707922056.6739.80103.91393.421519.554540.601231.082093.791215.73129.55
MinnesotaMinneapolis4189711101.2710.02122.68434.16534.404641.37897.913173.49569.9725.54
MinnesotaSt. Paul306696650.817.1770.75227.26345.623565.42741.452144.47679.5046.63
MissouriKansas City4849481724.3130.9391.76383.131218.484543.79960.522670.39912.8841.45
MissouriSt. Louis3102842082.2966.0793.14626.521296.556041.241011.334155.55874.3664.78
NebraskaOmaha449388647.326.9091.24139.08410.113880.17464.632636.70778.84
NevadaHenderson299285185.113.3428.7480.1972.841833.04363.871254.99214.187.02
NevadaLas Vegas Metropolitan Police Department1627244618.9012.6079.64211.15315.502943.38805.171635.16503.065.59
NevadaNorth Las Vegas2425371014.699.0747.83232.95724.842386.03804.001037.37544.664.54
NevadaReno248531673.567.6457.14153.70455.073085.73541.981967.56576.197.24
New JerseyJersey City267906509.517.8445.91199.32256.431806.98417.681206.02183.2714.18
New JerseyNewark283673896.4527.1440.89377.19451.222395.01423.731128.06843.2225.38
New MexicoAlbuquerque5613751369.1412.4784.26521.93750.487365.841246.234750.841368.78
New YorkBuffalo2561691019.2515.6155.43334.54613.663836.14919.712591.26325.1874.95
New YorkNew York8616333538.903.3927.56162.42345.521448.59128.871253.1566.56
North Carolina8Charlotte-Mecklenburg9146099.40220.53433.523815.18701.502827.00286.6821.21
North Carolina8Durham2690888.55316.63467.133826.26867.372675.70283.1811.52
North Carolina8Greensboro29005115.86228.93480.613562.13710.912559.55291.6739.65
OhioCincinnati299116947.1223.4097.62399.84426.265049.881152.733400.69496.46
OhioCleveland3853511556.7627.77128.97699.88700.144916.041518.872516.15881.0165.65
OhioColumbus872205513.4116.28105.37225.06166.703944.94815.292650.87478.7943.45
OhioToledo4,5,727711612.63281.47661.824003.741119.752615.15268.84
OklahomaOklahoma City648260787.3412.4973.12172.77528.953752.51941.752378.83431.9312.65
OklahomaTulsa4048681040.8317.29104.48238.10680.965455.611376.753224.26854.6035.57
OregonPortland649408515.703.7067.45160.92283.645677.02729.133824.561123.3347.27
PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia1575595947.5820.0675.02382.46470.043063.48418.252297.23348.0026.21
PennsylvaniaPittsburgh305932656.3617.9829.42262.15346.813114.42526.262365.89222.2744.45
TennesseeMemphis6527652003.3227.7390.38529.591355.626297.831460.254224.49613.0855.92
TennesseeNashville Metropolitan6749421138.1716.3072.90303.14745.843817.96631.312806.61380.0310.37
TexasArlington4397377516.894.7863.92144.95303.243197.72453.222402.25342.247.30
TexasAustin971949414.842.5785.81101.55224.913189.57450.642525.03213.907.82
TexasCorpus Christi329256702.496.3870.46142.75482.913565.31677.892665.40222.0217.31
TexasDallas1338551774.6412.4862.08327.00373.093185.09737.661856.26591.1626.22
TexasEl Paso688667378.852.7653.8758.08264.131818.88188.331514.37116.175.52
TexasFort Worth873069560.218.0265.17147.30339.723215.32585.982319.40309.9417.30
TexasGarland236243316.623.3954.60135.03123.603032.47513.882175.73342.876.35
TexasHouston23382351095.2311.5058.42417.96607.344128.41731.662900.82495.9328.44
TexasIrving242062226.803.3022.3194.19107.002539.43400.311845.39293.739.50
TexasLaredo260669321.863.8443.7359.08215.222483.61335.292083.1065.2227.24
TexasPlano290413149.795.1727.8940.9875.751733.74250.681366.33116.738.61
TexasSan Antonio1520712707.508.1583.51151.11464.724844.84770.823622.65451.3713.61
VirginiaChesapeake240119418.964.5836.2382.46295.692272.21276.111891.98104.128.33
VirginiaNorfolk245190555.9014.6855.06151.31334.843748.93471.472984.62292.833.26
VirginiaVirginia Beach454353137.563.0822.4559.8752.161934.62165.951667.65101.0211.22
WashingtonSeattle721365632.693.7436.87210.02382.055258.641081.983673.45503.2120.66
WashingtonSpokane217066626.542.76109.64105.50408.637231.441023.195408.03800.2223.03
WisconsinMadison255850374.444.3037.1382.86250.152662.11362.322130.94168.853.91
WisconsinMilwaukee5951681597.3619.8372.92490.451014.173792.04927.131940.29924.6152.59

Notes:

1 The figures shown in this column for the offense of rape were reported using only the revised Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) definition of rape. See the data declaration for further explanation.
2 The FBI does not publish arson data unless it receives data from either the agency or the state for all 12 months of the calendar year.
3 The population for the city of Mobile, Alabama, includes 55,819 inhabitants from the jurisdiction of the Mobile County Sheriff’s Department.
4 Because of changes in the state/local agency’s reporting practices, figures are not comparable to previous years’ data.
5 The FBI determined that the agency’s data were underreported. Consequently, those data are not included in this table.
6 Arson offenses are also reported by the Louisville Fire Department. Those figures are not included in this table.
7 Arson offenses are reported by the Toledo Fire Department; therefore, those figures are not included in this report.
8 This agency/state submits rape data classified according to the legacy UCR definition; therefore the rape offense and violent crime total, which rape is a part of, is not included in this table. See the data declaration for further explanation.

Criticism of ranking crime data

The FBI web site recommends against using its data for ranking because these rankings lead to simplistic and/or incomplete analyses that often create misleading perceptions adversely affecting cities and counties, along with their residents.[4] The FBI web site also recommends against using its data to judge how effective law enforcement agencies are since there are many factors that influence crime rates other than law enforcement.[5]

In November 2007, the executive board of the American Society of Criminology (ASC) went further than the FBI itself, and approved a resolution opposing not only the use of the ratings to judge police departments, but also opposing any development of city crime rankings from FBI Uniform Crime Reports (UCRs) at all. The resolution opposed these rankings on the grounds that they “fail to account for the many conditions affecting crime rates” and “divert attention from the individual and community characteristics that elevate crime in all cities”, though it did not provide sources or further elaborate on these claims. The resolution states the rankings “represent an irresponsible misuse of the data and do groundless harm to many communities” and “work against a key goal of our society, which is a better understanding of crime-related issues by both scientists and the public”.[6]

The U.S. Conference of Mayors passed a similar statement, which also committed the Conference to working with the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice “to educate reporters, elected officials, and citizens on what the (UCR) data means and doesn’t mean.”[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ “Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by State by City, 2017”FBI. Retrieved February 16, 2019.
  2. ^ “Crime Rankings 2011-2012”. CQ Press.
  3. ^ “Table 08, Data Declaration – Crime in the United States 2010”. Fbi.gov. Retrieved December 16, 2014.
  4. ^ “Caution Against Ranking”FBI. Retrieved August 8, 2012.
  5. ^ “A Word About UCR Data”FBI. Archived from the original on September 23, 2010. Retrieved October 12, 2010.
  6. Jump up to:a b Criminologists Condemn City crime rankings (November 16, 2008).PRNewswire. Retrieved January 13, 2008.

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This is the end result once God is removed from society…

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Peace of mind and the tranquility of spirit that accompanies it are only available when we have true peace with God through the sacrifice of Christ on the cross in payment of our sins. Those who attempt to find peace in worldly pursuits will find themselves sadly deceived. For Christians, however, peace of mind is available through the intimate knowledge of, and complete trust in, the God who meets “all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:19).

There is no debating it. We live in an ungodly, spiritually deteriorating age. The evidence is everywhere. Not only does the media mock and reject Christian morals, but governments are legislating against Christian beliefs. Immoral lifestyles are not only being flaunted, but they are also being pushed upon the Church with religious vigor. To embrace biblical standards is to invite being labeled a bigot or intolerant, cardinal sins in today’s enlightened age.

So what can Christians do? Some are wringing their hands and opting out of engaging society. Many are claiming they will not vote in the upcoming presidential election. Others retreat to their social media accounts and wistfully long for days gone by. Many are bewildered and have no idea what they should do.

In some countries, the oppression and persecution are direct and obvious. These people have no doubt that they live in an ungodly situation. One of the problems Western Christians face is the temptation to believe they live in godly nations when the exact opposite is true. Canada, the US, and others are not Christian nations. True, they were founded on Christianity and still have many outward benefits of that heritage, but the foundation has switched to humanism. The benefits of Christianity are fading and the judgment of God will become more manifest as we go along – unless there are national repentance and restoration of the Laws of God. Western Christians must face the fact that they no longer live in a Godly society. They must begin to ask how they are to live in an ungodly society.

It seemed that society could not possibly sink any lower in degradation and evil, but it always found a way. Government leaders were consumed with obtaining and holding on to power. They cared nothing for the people. Government leaders resorted to any depth of violence, deception, or evil if it helped them retain their power. It seemed there was nothing that ordinary citizens could do.

There was a couple, however, who thought otherwise. While the royal babies were being butchered, Jehoshabeath hid the king’s son, Joash, even though such an act placed her own life in peril. Joash was only a baby and defenseless against the evil queen. For six years, Jehoshabeath and her husband Jehoida, a priest, hid Joash in the temple (2 Chron. 23:11-12).

What could a religious leader and his wife do against one of the evilest government leaders ever to rule the land? At first, it seemed as if there was little of significance they could do. They refused to accept the evil condition of their land. They hid a baby. Scripture tells us that, “in the seventh year Jehoida strengthened himself” (2 Chron. 23:1). It was then that Jehoida organized leaders who opposed the evil queen and overthrew her, placing the child Joash on the throne. So grateful was the nation, that when Jehoida died, he was granted the enormous honor of being buried in the City of David among the kings “because he had done well in Israel” (2 Chron. 24:16).

What can we learn from the bravery of Jehoida and his wife Jehoshabeath? Several things.

  1. In every age, there have been wicked rulers who sought power at the expense of their people. Our age is not unique!
  2. There is always something godly people can do. Godly people can and must always resist evil wherever they find it. This might mean prayerfully biding your time until the opportune moment to overthrow the current leader. It might mean preserving whatever shred of righteousness is left in the country.
  3. Godly people can join together. The reason that evil often prevails is that godly people are isolated and divided. Jehoida discovered that there were many people in the land who were opposed to the government. They were just waiting for someone to organize and lead them. Once this happened, the people of God reclaimed their nation.
  4. God’s people can support the best possible option that God makes available. In the nation’s most perilous time, why did Jehoida give his support to a baby? It certainly could have been easier to rally the nation behind a fully grown, godly prince. But God had not made one of those available! God’s answer, as it often was in the Bible, was a baby. This meant that God’s people had to wait. Joash would ultimately prove to be a disappointment, later in his rule. He was not a perfect ruler. But he was a far better alternative than the ruler he replaced. This has been a truth of history. God often uses faulty, imperfect people to accomplish His purposes.
  5. God’s people seek God’s purposes for their country. Jehoida did not devote himself to a person, but to God’s purposes. He did not commit his life to help someone achieve power. He devoted his energies to his heavenly King.

So what do we take from this Scripture? Simply this. It is our turn to stand up against evil. It has raised its ugly head in our generation, just as it has in every generation that preceded ours. We must ask, as did Jehoida and Jehoshabeath, what God would have us do to resist the evil of our day. It might seem like something small, such as caring for a baby. It might require great courage as we resist the will of wicked government leaders. It might require waiting until God’s people are organized and have sufficient strength to overturn the inroads that evil has made in the nation. It might require working with imperfect people if that is what God has made available. It will most certainly require us to deny our own preferences as we adjust our lives to what God is currently doing in our nation.

We live in evil times. But, there are still things we can and should be doing. Are you?

John Wesley who said that what we tolerate in our generation, will be embraced by the next. Wesley is 100% correct! We are living in sick times.

People’s hearts are troubled, their minds are in a state of confusion, the Bible tells us a time of great delusion that will come upon the people, that time has arrived, the politicians must come up with more significant and more believable lies in order to bring on the antichrist, we have entered the doorstep Tribulation.

“Unless God has raised you up for this very thing, you will be worn out by the opposition of man and devils”…

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The Birth Pains Are Growing Stronger….

“Man will ultimately be governed by God or by tyrants.”

My name is Steve Meyers and I need to share a vision and warning that the Lord showed me back in April 2007….

Many of you will ask why I waited so long to share the warning. I didn’t. I shared the story with everyone that would listen from pastors to friends to family to colleagues. Immediately following the initial vision, I called a close friend. I told him to sit down that I had something to tell him. I needed it documented as I knew this was supernatural and from God. As I witness events unfolding today, I need to share the vision again.

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The silencing of the American people before 2020?

“The human heart is an idol factory.”

The Un-Godly — Those That Suppress the Truth, the social media giants built multi-billion dollar empires by giving everyone a voice, but now that they have such a dominant position on the Internet they have decided that many prominent conservative voices should be completely silenced.

Our government has been overthrown. As evidenced by Trump’s capitulation on the border, his recent servitude to the GMO industry and his acquiescence to the warmongers, our President has been compromised. Our liberties are being eliminated one by one. Gun confiscation is next. The Constitution is gasping its last breaths. Our borders are destroyed and our culture has been turned upside down by every perversion known to man.

The prophet does not confuse truth with consensus. The prophet does not confuse God’s word with the word of those who happen to hold power at present, or with the opinion of the majority. This is because powerholders and the majority can fall victim to a lying spirit-and this means a power that actually seizes the majority of experts, the political leadership, and the public.

Everything done in dark will be brought to light, being biblically bankrupt will not exclude the elitist.

Let Me Make This Abundantly Clear. (I Am Apolitical) While I Have a General Distaste for Politicians No Matter the Party They Belong To, I Am Unashamedly Politically a Bible Believing Conservative Christian. I Have a Severe Distrust of Government. I Believe It Is the Most Inefficient and Ineffective Way to Accomplish Most Things. While I Strongly Disagree with Liberals/Progressives and Conservative on Most Political Issues, and While I Believe Liberals/Progressives and Most Politicians Are Terribly Misguided and Naive About What Big Government Will Eventually Result In, I Strive to Not Question Their Motives. at the Same Time, While I Find Myself in Agreement with Conservative Politicians on Some Issues, I Do Not Believe Electing Republicans Is the Answer to Everything. for Me, Very Sadly, the Main Difference Between Republicans and Democrats Is How Quickly They Want to Drive the Car Towards the Cliff. Simply Put, I Do Not Believe the Government Is the Solution for Everything. I Do Not Place Any Faith, Trust, or Hope in Any Politicians to Fix What Is Wrong with the World. “Come Lord Jesus!” (Revelation 22:20) The prophet does not confuse truth with consensus. The prophet does not confuse God’s word with the word of those who happen to hold power at present, or with the opinion of the majority. This is because powerholders and the majority can fall victim to a lying spirit-and this means a power that actually seizes the majority of experts, the political leadership, and the public. StevieRay Hansen

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