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Here are the 27 school-related threats investigated by the Collier County Sheriff's Office in the 12 days after the Valentine's Day shooting rampage in Parkland. 

Feb. 15: A Golden Gate High School student told another student: “I could be a school shooter. Golden Gate could be next.”

Feb. 15: A female Barron Collier student posted two pictures of herself on Snapchat, one of herself holding a handgun with the caption “F--- with me,” and another holding a knife with the message: “Try me now.”

Feb. 15: A Palmetto Ridge High School student who had made disturbing comments about the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting brought a gas mask to school the day after the Parkland shooting. Detectives reported finding several concerning items in his backpack, including a list of 20 students' names, a drawing of a student with bullet holes, a note that read: “shoot up school,” and a map of his school. Detectives also found a small notebook containing handwritten stories of murder, molestation and arson, as well as drawings "depicting students as victims and suspects in murders and other crimes." The student was arrested Feb. 19 and faces charges of possession of a weapon on school grounds and disruption of a school function.

More: Deputies investigating social media post 'causing concern' at Gulf Coast, Palmetto Ridge High

Feb. 16: A video game player received a private message in a "Grand Theft Auto" play room that said: “I will shoot up my school.”

Feb. 16: An Immokalee Middle School student posted a photo of two handguns on Snapchat with the caption “Round 2 frllz (for reals) this Monday in Immokalee, C lunch whatch out.”

Feb. 16: A Naples Park Elementary parent said her children told her they overheard another student say he was going to have his father kill all the students who were bothering him on his walk home. The student and witnesses disputed he made the threat.

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Thousands gathered at Pine Trails Park on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 for a candlelight vigil in honor of the 17 victims of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Nicole Raucheisen/Naples Daily News

Feb. 18: A Barron Collier High School teacher received an email stating: “Shooting you and the school Tuesday.” An investigation found a student used another student’s email account to send the message. The sender was arrested Feb. 22 and charged with written threats to kill or do bodily injury.

Feb. 18: A deputy found a photo on a student's phone of a person holding a pistol with a silencer. The student said the photo was a screen shot of another person’s Snapchat and that he did not intend to harm anyone. Deputies determined the student did not pose a threat.

Feb. 18: A Gulf Coast High student posted three videos of himself and another person waving pistols on Snapchat.

More: CCSO: Snapchat photo no threat to Collier schools

Feb. 19: A Pine Ridge Middle School parent said her daughter told her about a classmate who showed her his phone as he typed her name, the teacher’s name and others onto his hit list.

Feb. 19: A cashier at Azteca Supermarket in Immokalee said multiple customers warned her about three people in front of the store who had been talking about shooting up a school.

Feb. 19: A Corkscrew Middle School student reportedly posted a photo on Snapchat of himself holding a semi-automatic firearm with the caption “getting ready to get expelled.” School officials found a 7¼-inch knife in his locker. He was arrested and charged with a felony: possession of a weapon on school grounds.

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Feb. 19: The Sheriff’s Office was advised of rumors circulating around Barron Collier High School about a possible shooting the next day. Deputies did not identify any real threats.

Feb. 19: After getting in a fight with another student, a Naples High School student said under his breath: “I swear I’m gonna bring a gun and kill him.”

More: Collier schools react to Parkland shooting with increased security

Feb. 19: Deputies received a tip about a North Naples Middle School student who made “alarming comments” in school. Deputies did not find anything dangerous in the student’s locker or room at home. The student was taken into protective custody.

Feb. 20: A teacher witnessed a Golden Gate High student pretend to shoot a group of students by forming his hand into the shape of a gun and making shooting noises. There were no weapons found in his belongings, and he said the move was a joke.

Feb. 20: A Palmetto Ridge High School student admitted making suspicious comments on a school bus. Deputies conducted a home search and did not find anything concerning. The student was taken to the David Lawrence Center in East Naples to be evaluated.

Feb. 20: A Gulf Coast High student admitted threatening his school. He said he was “just messing around” and made the comments because other students had made fun of him. A home search did not turn up any dangerous items.

More: Collier Sheriff's Office: New Snapchat photo not a credible threat to schools

Feb. 21: An Everglades City School student reportedly told someone he was going to shoot up the school. The student said he did not recall making the statement. When he was questioned, the student said he knew how to find military weapons and drugs using the dark web. Deputies determined the student could pose a danger and took him to the David Lawrence Center for a mental health evaluation. A search of his bedroom did not turn up any concerning items.

Feb. 21: A Lely High student posted a picture on Snapchat of a disassembled AR-15 rifle he found in his brother-in-law’s closet. Deputies were given permission to temporarily hold the gun, and school administrators were notified.

Feb. 21: A warning telling students not to go to school because of a rumored threat to Palmetto Ridge High School circulated on social media, causing more than 1,000 students to leave campus.

Feb. 22: A Cypress Palm Middle School student who had been bullied was reported to have said he wished the school was involved in a shooting or burned down. The student denied making the comments about the shooting but admitted making the comments about the fire. He stated he never would burn the school down. The school’s mental health counselor said the student did not pose a threat.

Feb. 23: A Lely High School student made a “disturbing statement” to other students while at school. The statement was redacted from the Sheriff’s Office report. Detectives determined the student did not have the capacity to carry out his threat, and the student was arrested on a charge of disruption of a school function.

More: Collier Superintendent Patton addresses safety concerns, delayed communication

Feb. 23: An Immokalee Middle School student wrote a “revenge list” with 13 names. The student said he wrote the list because he gets picked on, but he said the list was a joke. A home search did not turn up any weapons.

Feb. 23: A Palmetto Elementary student drew a picture that appeared to show people shooting each other. Another student threw gummy bears and said they were gunshots. It was determined no real threat had occurred.

Feb. 25: A police department in South Dakota received a tip that a person whose Facebook profile said he lived in Immokalee had threatened via instant messenger to shoot up a school. Officials do not know whether the school or person is in Florida.

Feb. 26: Somebody wrote a threat in black marker on a wall in Barron Collier High School. Deputies reviewed security video and collected samples of a suspect’s handwriting.  

More: Barron Collier student who wrote hit list removed from school

 

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