A New Jersey mother has been credited to help eliminate a potential shooter – 650 miles away. Koeberle Bull of…
A New Jersey mother has been credited to help eliminate a potential shooter – 650 miles away.
Koeberle Bull of Lumberton, NJ, was surprised to find a Facebook messenger warning from a man she did not know: an account belonging to Dylan Jarrell, Lawrenceburg, Ky., Who was seen holding a weapon in her profile picture. The message was filled with offensive and racist remarks directed against Tjur’s three children, who are equipped with her profile.
“There is no such thing as you are privileged to be autistic f —. I hope your black children will be hanged because you are so stupid … Let your breed retard” read the message in part, according to a screenshot that was later published on Bull’s Facebook page.
“I was angry that someone could even believe In that way about three beautiful children, Bull told FOX29.
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Bull said she did not know how Jarrell found her connected. So the tremor decided to take action and call the Kentucky state police to file a complaint.
The Kentucky state police said they could contact Jarrell on Thursday just as he pulled The police said an investigation revealed a weapon cache.
“A firearm, over 200 ammunition rounds, a Kevlar West, a 1
00 high-capacity magazine and a detailed plan of attack were also discovered in the subject,” said Kentucky State Police.
The police believe that the suspect would perform an attack at a nearby school before he was stopped. An applicant order was obtained and executed at the suspected home where the authorities found an Internet history as in received a search for how to perform a shooting game.
KENTUCKY INMATES WHAT CONFIRMING CAPITAL CAN BE FINDED  “There is no doubt that as a result of this survey we saved lives,” said Commissioner Rick Sanders at a press conference. “This young man had it in his eyes to go to school and create devastation. He had the necessary tools, the purpose that was necessary, and the only thing that stood between him and evil, and made evil to be law enforcement.”
Jarrell , 21, did not claim to “threaten terrorism” on Monday, FOX29 reported. was also charged with harassing communications and is currently being held in the Shelby County Detention Center.
Bull told FOX 29 that she just tried to do the right thing.
“I’m not a guardian angel, not a hero,” she said. “I’m a mom.”