School Shooting killing a vice-principal and wounding the principal of an Omaha High School

A high school student shot and killed a vice-principal and wounded the principal  of Millard South High School in Omaha, Nebraska. The student later identified as 17-year old Robert Butler,Jr. of Omaha was found by Omaha Police in near by parking lot with a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the head.  Reason he attacked because he moved from Lincoln to Omaha. Also the school suspended him for  driving his vehicle on the football field with led to a 19 day suspension.  From Omaha World-Herald:

Robert Butler Jr. was pulled from his first-period class Wednesday at Millard South High School, summoned to the school office to face the music.

A school security camera had caught the 17-year-old senior — who transferred to the school this past fall — driving across a school football field. Assistant Principal Vicki Kaspar informed him of his penalty: a 19-day suspension.

Butler was escorted out of the school. Sometime afterward, he posted an item on Facebook about the “evil” that the school had driven him to.

As the lunch period wound down in the suburban Omaha school’s buzzing halls, the meaning of those words became clear.

Butler returned to Kaspar’s office, this time brandishing a handgun. He shot the 58-year-old administrator, mortally wounding her, then fired on Principal Curtis Case.

Later police discovered Robert Butler’s father is detective of Omaha Police Department which add insult to injury.

Butler, the son of an Omaha police officer, then fled by car. Omaha police found him about 35 minutes later in a parking lot, dead from a self-inflicted gunshot.

The school went into lock-down mode after the shooting.+The students were evacuated to a secured area. The school resources director called 911. Omaha Police arrived at Millard South around 1:00PM .The area surrounding the school was cordon off.

For more:

Omaha World-Herald

WOWT-TV/HD “6 News”

KETV/HD “News Watch7”

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