MCSO School Resource Deputies arrest South Fork HS teenager who threatened student murders

Donovan M. Tucker was charged with two felony counts of Written Threats to Kill or do bodily Harm. (Source: MCSO)

 

Martin County Sheriff’s School Resource Deputies have arrested a 15-year-old South Fork High School student who sent numerous texts and tweets, threatening the lives of at least two students. 15-year old Donovan M. Tucker was charged with two felony counts of Written Threats to Kill or do bodily Harm.

School Resource Deputies immediately began to investigate a parent’s concern when one of the victims became increasingly alarmed and fearful for her life after receiving the text messages. Many of the threats indicated Tucker was going to stab his victims to death. In a separate message, he indicated he would make a list of people he was going to kill.

Deputies, along with school officials, immediately took action and began a full investigation, uncovering a series of serious and chilling entries on social media authored by Tucker. When they took Tucker into custody at school, he had a knife in his possession.

Tucker was arrested and charged with two felony counts. He was transferred to the Juvenile Detention Center.

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