Girls planned to kill classmates, drink their blood

Girls planned to kill classmates, drink their blood

Girls planned to kill classmates, drink their blood

Two students at a middle school in Florida came to school with knives and planned to attack students on Tuesday, according to officials.

Asked why she had a weapon, the girl said that she and the other student were planning on attacking as many students as possible. According to police, the girls planned to drink their victims' blood out of the goblet they were found with.

The girls' plan was exposed when school administrators searched for them after they did not show up for class. She reached out to the school and told them that her daughter had been dropped off, police said. "Go to kill in bathroom" was written on the map. The plan included eating body parts then committing suicide together by stabbing themselves under their arms and puncturing an artery, ensuring they "would go to hell".

According to ClickOrlando, the girls face several charges, including conspiracy to commit murder, possession of a weapon on school property and disrupting a school campus.

"The plan was to kill at least 1 student but were hoping to kill anywhere from 15-25 students", the affidavit said.

Mr Hall said that there had been rumours on Monday (Oct 22) that there would be "issues" at the middle school, and a student had informed a teacher that "something bad" was going to happen.

"This is horrific, and if I had children in school, I'd be scared to death", Hall said. Ordered to empty their pockets, the 11-year-old pulled out a knife and a knife sharpener, the affidavit said, while the 12-year-old produced three knives and a pizza cutter.

Parents and guardians of children in our Bartow Schools: I understand that the recent news of a plot to kill students at Bartow Middle School is troubling.

Detectives said the girls devised the plot while watching "scary" movies at one of their houses over the weekend.

It will be up to prosecutors to decide whether the girls will be charged formally as juveniles or adults, Deputy Police Chief Bryan Dorman said in an email on Wednesday.

Authorities also said the students claimed that they wanted to drink the blood of their victims.

The school also says that extra law enforcement officers will be on campus this week out of an abundance of caution and to help maintain a sense of calm on campus.

"Today is sad - we have students who were plotting to kill other students", said Polk Schools Superintendent Jacqueline Byrd, who joined Hall at the news conference.

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