Jesse Stowell came to the school and made threats to return with a gun and shoot people who had been involved in an altercation with his sister the day before at the school
On Tuesday (Dec. 13) at about 1:45, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of threats at Heritage High School. A known subject, Jesse Stowell, came to the school and made threats to return with a gun and shoot people who had been involved in an altercation with his sister the day before at the school.
Stowell was no longer a student and he had been previously trespassed by the Evergreen School District from the school.
A staff member from the school had followed Stowell to the area of NE 117th Ave. and 76th St. As a deputy responded to the school other deputies located Stowell and he was initially detained for the trespassing offense.
At the school, the deputy reviewed the video and conducted interviews. The deputy developed probable cause to arrest Stowell for Assault in the First Degree for threats made to cause serious physical injury with a firearm, Threats to Bomb or Injure any public or private school and Trespassing in the First Degree.
Stowell was booked into Clark County Jail.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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