Who Is Sky Bouche? Forest High School Shooting Suspect Identified In Ocala, Florida

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Authorities identified Sky Bouche, 19, as the suspect in a shooting at Forest High School in Ocala, Florida, Friday morning.

Officials said the suspect was in custody of 9 a.m after reports of a shooting at the school. One student was reportedly injured and was treated by medics at the scene, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said on Facebook.

Bouche, 19, did not attend the high school, Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods said during a press conference. According to the sheriff's office, the incident involved one 17-year-old student who experienced non-life threatening injuries.

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"He is being cooperative and he is cooperating with our detectives. FBI is helping us in regards to obtaining information about his past. 

The motive remained unclear, Woods said.

Woods said that Bouche was taken into custody and no weapons were involved in his arrest. The sheriff did not clarify if the victim and the shooter knew each other, or if the victim was targeted.

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"Today, [Marion County] should be proud of their first responders. They did not hesitate, went in and basically in three minutes engaged with the shooter and brought him into custody," Woods said. 

The shooting occurred on the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting. Nineteen years ago, 12 students and one teacher were shot by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who killed themselves after the attack.

Woods said during the press conference that he was angry the incident occurred at the school, where 2,000 students are enrolled. He said he did not want parents or students in the county to fear going back to school.

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“It’s a shame what society has come to and that we even need to be here on a school campus. This is not just a law enforcement problem, this a society problem. We as a whole need to do something," he said.

Woods said he did not know if the shooter intentionally chose this day for the attack.

This article was first written by Newsweek

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