Student charged in shooting at high school in Baltimore County, Md. (w/VIDEO)

Aug. 28, 2012
15-year-old allegedly opened fire on first day of classes at Perry Hall High School

From The Baltimore Sun: A 15-year-old student has been charged with attempted first-degree murder and assault in connection with a shooting at Perry Hall High School in Baltimore County, Md. Robert Wayne Gladden Jr., has been charged as an adult. Court documents state that Gladden shot at one of the first lunch tables in the cafeteria and struck Daniel Borowy, 17, in the back shortly before 11 a.m. Monday.

ALSO: With heightened security and trauma counselors on hand, Perry Hall High School in Baltimore County, Md., has restarted its school year a day after a student shot in the cafeteria was left in critical condition. The shooting took place on the first day of classes as several hundred students were in the cafeteria. Police do not believe the victim was targeted by the shooter. Witnesses say a school counselor grabbed the shooter and pinned him up against a vending machine.

================================================== EARLIER...From The Baltimore Sun: A student at Perry Hall High School in the Baltimore County (Md.) district was shot in the school's cafeteria Monday morning, the first day of the new academic year. Police say another student was taken into custody. The injured student was in critical condition, authorities say. Students from the school were taken to a nearby shopping center, where parents can meet them. Video from WJZ-TV:

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