Inside the mind of the Perry Hall shooter. WJZ was first to show you video of his confession to police.
Chilling confession. There’s new video of the teenage shooter who opened fire inside Perry Hall High School talking about how he planned the attack and why he did it. Robert Gladden, 15, was sentenced by a judge Monday.
It’s the end to a long and painful case. The teen charged with attempted murder after taking a gun to Perry Hall High School and firing into the cafeteria has entered a guilty plea.
The Perry Hall High School sophomore accused of shooting a disabled classmate on the first day of school will be tried as an adult.
Should He Be Tried As An Adult? Defense Wants Accused Perry Hall High Shooter’s Case In Juvenile Court
Too young and too ill. That’s the argument 15-year-old Robert Gladden Jr.’s lawyer is making to a judge in a bid to move the teen out of adult court and into the juvenile system.
A Maryland high school sophomore accused of shooting a disabled classmate on the first day of the school year is due in court.
Students who witnessed a shooting in a school cafeteria on the first day of classes in Baltimore County will create a mural to help with the healing process.
Nearly two months after a gunman opened fire on the first day of school, the Perry Hall community comes together. Large crowds turn out for homecoming weekend as new security changes take effect.
It’s a harrowing account into the first five minutes of a shooting at Perry Hall High School. The incident left one student seriously injured and another facing charges as an adult. Now, the principal tells what he saw that day to a group of Baltimore County school leaders.
There’s a possible motive for the suspected gunman at Perry Hall High School. His lawyers say he wanted to be killed by a cop. It’s one of two recent gun incidents at Baltimore County schools. Now, the community is rallying to stop student violence.
A possible motive for the suspected gunman at Perry Hall High School. His lawyers say he wanted to be killed by a cop. It’s one of two recent gun incidents at Baltimore County schools. Now, the community rallies to stop student violence.
A 17-year-old boy shot in the cafeteria on the first day of school in Baltimore County is headed home after two weeks in the hospital.