After An Indiana Deputy’s Gun Discharges During A Drill, A High School Student Is Shot In The Classroom

According to officials, a sheriff’s deputy’s gun inadvertently fired in a classroom on Thursday while pupils were participating in law enforcement vocational training, injuring and shooting a high school student from Indiana.

After the shooting at around 9:30 a.m. EST, the injured South Vermillion High School student was brought to a hospital with non-life-threatening wounds, the school district wrote on Facebook. Near the Indiana-Illinois state boundary, Clinton, a city 60 miles (96 kilometres) west of Indianapolis, is where the school is situated.

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According to Dave Chapman, superintendent of the South Vermillion Community School Corp., the bullet only grazed the high school senior. The male pupil, according to him, called his level of discomfort a “sting.”

According to Chapman, the incident took place in a well-attended vocational law enforcement course that is instructed by Vermillion County Sheriff’s Office deputies, according to WTWO-TV.

He said that one of his students was hit by the deputy’s service pistol inadvertently while they were doing an exercise. “Today during instruction, they were going through certain drills,” he added.

Tim DisPennett, a deputy with the Vermillion County Sheriff’s Department for 19 years, was reportedly placed on administrative leave as police investigated the shooting, according to Indiana State Police.

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The firearm used was the deputy’s service weapon, according to state police Sgt. Matt Ames.

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