ANDERSON COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18)– For the first time in public, Kentucky State Police revealed more about Dylan Jarrell’s alleged plan to carry out a school shooting in Anderson County.
Trooper Josh Satterly, the one who first started the investigation into Jarrell, says the suspect wrote down he wanted to be the next school shooter of 2018.
Jarrell held his head down in court Thursday, similarly to his last appearance.
Satterly did most of the talking, and he explained parts the public already knew, like how the investigation started with the Facebook message Jarrell allegedly sent New Jersey mom Koeberle Bull. But then Satterly went into details about Jarrell’s alleged plan.
He says Jarrell had done a lot of research on past school shooters and allegedly wrote down how they carried out their attacks, what they did, and where.
Satterly also said Jarrell had contact information for many different news stations, both local and national, and his alleged plan was to send the manifesto out.