Perry Hall High Shooter Cooperating With Police

The investigation at the school continues as prosecutors decide on how to charge the 15-year-old boy accused of shooting another student Monday.

UPDATED (10:03 p.m.)—A 15-year-old boy is said to be cooperating with police as they investigate his alleged involvement in a .

Police continue to interview the unidentified teen and the investigation at the high school is expected to continue into Monday night, according to a statement released by Elise Armacost, a police spokeswoman.

No charges were expected to be filed. The unidentified victim remains in critical condition at Shock Trauma. Police have declined to identify either the shooter or the victim citing an ongoing investigation, according to a statement released by police late Monday.

The teen is expected to be charged in the morning shooting that sent one 17-year-old teen to Shock Trauma where a spokeswoman said he is in critical condition.

At least two members of the high school to the ground and held him for police. No charges have been filed.

"Police are working with the state's attorney to determine what charges will be placed and whether the 15-year-old suspect will be charged as a juvenile or an adult," Armocost said in the statement.

Students are at tomorrow.

"Though police believe the suspect acted alone, police plan to enhance their presence at the school tomorrow," Armacost said in her statement. "The police department's critical incident stress debriefing team has been activated to provide support for students and faculty."

Police are also not commenting on reports of statements the alleged shooter may or may not have made on various social media websites.

County police Chief Jim Johnson is expected to update information on the investigation tomorrow following a graduation ceremony for police recruits in Dundalk.

PerryHallParent August 28, 2012 at 11:12 AM
Isn't that sign the one shown on the news video? It has a gun in the picture insinuating that they don't call 911 and they shoot first. I think I would have pulled that sign down before the media got there, but I don't think we are dealing with high moral ground here. However, all I want to know if how that young man is doing who was shot; I think we ALL are. I can't imagine what his family is dealing with right now.
Pamelous August 28, 2012 at 11:50 AM
Stop bashing the parents this is tragic bulling is out of control we don't know what was done to the shooter but I pray for the victim and his family no more bashing please if it was your family would you be so negative
Bart August 28, 2012 at 11:53 AM
Really? We don't call 911?
Marybeth Starkey August 28, 2012 at 12:16 PM
I am praying for the victim and his family, and the whole community as well. I do believe as parents, we need to teach our children more compassion towards each other. I also think that every parent of a teenage should police their social media accounts. I know I do, and I see what other children post. Some of it is unbelievable. I have stopped my daughter from hanging out with others due to the nature of what they write on facebook.
Mike Smith August 28, 2012 at 12:16 PM
Shooter should be charged as an adult and put away for the rest of his life. Once you show this much disregard for other people you don't deserve another chance. You need to be taken out of society. You don't blame his family or the school. He snuck the gun to school then put it together then fired it at completely innocent people . Lock him up for the rest if his life. If the victim does not recover then execute the criminal. Criminals need to be punished not pampered and understood.
shawna August 28, 2012 at 12:28 PM
Wow, get a grip Bart. If someone was in my home, uninvited, attempting to hurt one of my children or attempting to rape me or my daughter, I am not going to take a time out to dial 911. That "sign" could just be an off handed warning. I have a sign at my door that says "nothing inside is worth dying for" does that mean one of my kids is going to go shoot up a school? No. You know why? Because I am involved in my children's lives, I teach them to be kind to others and to stick up for themselves. When my daughter had issues at school, I called the school and I went to the school and I requested that action be taken. No one can speculate at this point why this kid did what he did, why he chose that particular victim, or what the circumstances were, you assuming that this kid was a bad seed because of a sign is no more than a sign of your ignorance.
Bart August 28, 2012 at 12:48 PM
Oh, I do have a grip. The message this boy received every day he entered his home was not to ask for assistance with a problem. Shoot first. Guns are the solutions for your problems. Message received. Loud and Clear.
shawna August 28, 2012 at 01:07 PM
Thank you for proving my point.
Kenny L. August 28, 2012 at 04:14 PM
Yes, I'm glad the Sun wasted no time pushing Maryland's anti-gun agenda by including that little tidbit about the sign. And just like good Marylanders, you turn your brain off and go along with the program. For all you know, he could have bought that gun on the street.
Steve August 28, 2012 at 04:17 PM
LOL The Gun Nutters are their own worse enemies.
Gomer Pyle August 28, 2012 at 04:28 PM
Don't mind Bart, he is the tool of the Patch.
Mike Smith August 28, 2012 at 04:42 PM
Wow this has absolutely nothing to do with guns or gun control. I take my kids shooting quiet often. Guns are fun. They are a recreation tool like a fishing rod or a soccer ball. This is just a case of a bad person doing a bad thing. Lock him up and be done with it. We don't need to change our lives because one rotten piece of crap person did a bad thing. Send him to prison and the rest of us can live our lives as we please.
Mike Smith August 28, 2012 at 04:45 PM
Oh and shooter is not a victim here. He is a mean heartless coward. I don't care how much you are bullied randomly shooting others is all his responsibility. It is not society's fault it his fault. Lock him up and let him suffer forever.
Joe August 28, 2012 at 04:51 PM
"Gun Nutters" are winning in the courts and in the politics involving the topic. "Gun Nutters" have been correct in their reading of the 2nd and you Civil Right Deniers have been wrong time after time. Teddy Kennedy has killed more people than all the firearms in my family for 4 generations.
Steve August 28, 2012 at 04:59 PM
Ted is Dead and he was tied with Laura Bush in the Death By Automobiles category ROTFLMAO Has Wollard got his CCW Permit yet? Like I said before you Nutters are your own worse enemies.
Joe August 28, 2012 at 05:03 PM
YOU are the one wanting to deny people their civil rights. That is more dangerous than most gun owners will ever be. Ted ALLOWED his passenger to die! Laura Bush did not.
Joe August 28, 2012 at 05:05 PM
Woolard WILL receive his permit as soon as the courts are finished. And quite a few received their since the case started. How are 2nd amendment supporters their own worse enemies? Explain.
kim claypoole August 28, 2012 at 05:24 PM
FOREVER....really??? Read up on mental health before you form an opinion of others....this boy showed all the signs and apparently his parents or friends..if he had them..did not see it or chose not to.
Mike Smith August 28, 2012 at 05:35 PM
Yes forever. He just threw all his chances out. I don't care about his mental health. If he is locked up like he should be then he will no longer be society's problem.
Sue Battle-McDonald August 28, 2012 at 06:27 PM
I agree with Kim. We all have to decide what to care about based on our own moral values. My moral compass directs me to care about the physical and mental health of all my fellow people, because we're all children of the same God, flawed or not.
Mike Smith August 28, 2012 at 06:36 PM
Well thats all fine but this guy deserves hard time. His victim will be injured for the rest of his life so the shooter deserves to suffer for rest of his life. We don't need to know why he did it. What we need to know is that he will pay for his crime. It was a crime and should be punished as such.
Cynthia McCuley August 28, 2012 at 06:49 PM
I do not Condone what this boy did, but, why did he do it? First off where were his parents when he was putting Chrles Manson on his Face Book page? I would have def asked my son why do you admire him? I do blame the parents first, and then the school system second. Where were they all along? Suspend and then expel them for bullying. They allow things to get to this level, sorry just my opinion. This child grew up in a home where there is a sign saying we do not call 911, most homes have a wreath or something pleasant hanging on the door. This child learned this at home, and then to leave a gun exposed for anyone to handle, really? So why are the parents not to blame, your teaching your child not to rely on the system, such as the police, take matters into your own hands and hey while your at it, use a gun we have lying around here. Yes the shooter did the shooting, but there are alot of others that play a role. My stepson was bullied so bad. I went to the school, and they let it continue, they talked and talked and that was it. Bullying is real and should be a crime, if you do not like someone leave them alone, do not humilate them. if you tease and or kick a dog enough, he will eventually bite. This is all a tradegy and I will pray for everyone especially Bobby, I think he needs help and not thrown into a cell and forgotten, this child seems to be troubled, and it is such a shame he ruined his life and future at such a young age. This is just so sad
Cynthia McCuley August 28, 2012 at 06:52 PM
You seem to be so hateful.. This is a child. He was not born bad... He was raised badly. The one true victim is the child that was shot, but Bobby is also a victim. He needs help, and I for one hope the system does help him. Blame the parents, they rasied him, or didn;t.
Mike Smith August 28, 2012 at 07:04 PM
It is sad. But he is to blame. It is not and should not be the schools job to police the children. There purpose is to educate the children. His parents may be guilty of not paying enough attention but that's not a crime. He made a poor choice and a prison cell should be all he knows now. Trust me in a year when he is is in prison serving his time not one person who has commented on here will remember who he is or care. I am sure I won't. He did it he will pay for it. The rest of us will continue on with our lives in the same way we have before this happened. Punish him not the schools or his parents. All the fault is his.
Joe August 28, 2012 at 07:08 PM
Education seems to come in about 3rd in what many see their role as. Social issues, alternate sexual lifestyles seem to be what many see their role as today. Including many administrators.
Cynthia McCuley August 28, 2012 at 07:14 PM
He is a product of his enviorment, Say whatever you like.. So why is it no one cares about how the shooter felt when he was being bullied? What he didn't have feelings? So it is ok to humiliate people, because the bully is unruly, and in my opinion brought up badly as well, no respect for peoples feelings. I believe you are mistaken, it is wrong for a parent or parents to not pay attention to thier children. I will remember him, and I will pray for him as well as the boy that was shot. I said in my previous post I do not agree with what he did. It is wrong and of course he should be punnished, but at the same time, punnish the parents, and the bully. If the gun was secured he would not have gotten it from the home, if he was taught to respect others, and rely on the system for help, it would not have happened. He is 15, too young to vote, drive, and make offical decisions, therefore his parents are responsible for him. Lets you and I agree to disagree. He will not spend the rest of his life in prison, and when he does get out I only hope he was given the help he needs. We all need to pary for all involved. Have a Blessed day.... :)
FIFA August 28, 2012 at 07:15 PM
Here comes the Joe Gay card, idiot.
jpadams August 30, 2012 at 09:25 AM
This is to Mike Smith. I personally know both of these kids and their families. And as horrible as this act was -- you scare me 1,000 times more. One of these boys was a lost soul and the other an innocent soul and I pray for both of these boys and their families. And, TRUST ME, when I say that I, and hopefully others, WILL still care about these two boys and their road to recovery. I say boys because they are both still kids, but you, on the other hand are an adult --- and everyone reading your comments knows that you will not care and will go on with your life as always because you are definitely lacking not only compassion, but a consciousness of others' distress. Calling a child "a rotten piece of crap" is deplorable -- and your a father? Oh, and speaking of "mental health" (something else that you don't care about) -- I think you need to get your's checked! TO EVERYONE ELSE, PLEASE KEEP DANIEL AND ALSO BOBBY IN YOUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. Thank you.
jpadams August 30, 2012 at 09:40 AM
Just a note for all who took notice of the sign stating that "we don't call 911," that sign was already there when they bought the house and they chose not to take it down.
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