A few updates.
The incident occurred on Sept. 12 as the students played with the airsoft guns on the Caraballos’ private property while waiting for the school bus. The front yard in which the boys were playing is located 70 yards from the bus stop.
Further, an additional 911 call made on the day of the incident reportedly “further confirms Khalid Caraballo did not leave his private property during the September 12 incident,” according to WAVY-TV.
Edwards says there are witnesses who claim the boys were shooting other students in the street. Larkspur Middle School principal Matthew Delaney says there was a student only 10 feet from the bus stop fleeing from “from the shots being fired, but was still hit.”
It’s unclear how, if the Caraballos’ property is 70 yards from the bus stop and a 911 call supports Khalid’s claim that he never left his property, students were hit with “shots fired’ 10 feet from the bus stop.
Aidan Clark, 12, admits to running into the street in front of Khalid’s house at one point, but he said they didn’t shoot the guns in the street and his friend never left his property.
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Here is the range of a standard airsoft RIFLE. I don’t know what the kid had, but even the rifle with the standard load and without the “hop-up” is 90’ or 30 yds. With the boost, your talking 48 yds. Witnesses place the kids 70 yds from the bus stop. How was the kid supposed to have been hit that was 10’ from the bus stop?