The second call came in at 8:18 a.m. on August 22 and reported that a gun had gone off in the cafeteria.
This incident triggered a verbal volley between the school superintendent and police director. (WMC-TV) - The Shelby County Schools district is pointing fingers at Memphis police about response times at all schools since the merger. This follows an incident where it took 40 minutes for police to
Police Director Toney Armstrong and SCS Superintendent Dorsey Hopson had their first conversation Friday. It took a gun going off at Westside Elementary School for the two to finally talk.
(WMC-TV) - A child is in police custody after firing a gun at school Thursday morning. A 5-year-old brought the gun to Westside Elementary School in Frayser and fired a shot in the cafeteria. Nobody wasMore >> A kindergartner is in police custody after a handgun he reportedly brought to school in his backpack discharged in an elementary school cafeteria.More >>