Ingraham High School Shooting – According to police files that were just recently made public, the pistol that was used to kill a student at Ingraham High School in Seattle last fall was stolen from a high school student in Snohomish County who had reportedly taken the firearm from his family’s home. The shooting occurred at Ingraham High School, which is located in the city of Seattle. The occurrence of the incident took place in the autumn of 2017.
A man in Lynnwood called the police eleven days before the shooting at Ingraham High School that resulted in the death of a 17-year-old student to report that his Glock 32 handgun had gone missing, according to the police. The shooting at Ingraham High School ended in the death of the student. Investigators suspect the man’s son grabbed the rifle and displayed it to a group of other juveniles at a grocery store in Mountlake Terrace before another juvenile stole the gun and ran away with it, as stated in a police complaint that was acquired by KOMO News. According to the article, the inquiry is still being carried out.
According to the findings of the inquiry, a number of witnesses said that the young person who took the pistol had ties to Ingraham High School. After what is alleged to have been a fight in the bathroom of the school, there is said to have been another brawl in the hallway of the school. During the altercation, it is said that a student who was 14 years old fired multiple shots at another student who was 17 years old before the younger student walked away.
The Glock handgun was found and taken into custody by the police not long after the crime took place. The two adolescents, ages 14 and 15, were taken into custody at the same time. When detectives with the Seattle Police Department checked the gun’s serial number, they discovered that it had been recorded as “lost” two weeks earlier in a database that was available across the country. This information was uncovered when the investigators validated the gun’s serial number.