A Florida Guy Shoots Two Buses Full of Daycare Children in Niceville With Gel Pellets


In Okaloosa County, Florida, a man was apprehended after shooting two school buses full of daycare children with gel pellets.

John Henderson, 23, of Ponce de Leon, is accused of firing a missile into a residence, vehicle, building, or aircraft.

Henderson was a passenger in a beige 2005 Toyota Highlander heading down State Road 293 when he blasted two school buses full of Niceville daycare children with gel pellets in June, according to an arrest complaint.

According to Okaloosa County deputies in a report, the gel pellets might have caused death or serious bodily harm based on their speed, which is roughly 200 feet per second.

According to the report, deputies eventually made contact with Henderson and the driver of the Highlander after successfully tracking the vehicle down using pictures from the Florida Department of Transportation.

In a report, Henderson stated that he was “just playing with the tiny kids” and did not want to cause any harm.

Deputies arrested Henderson after hearing from many witnesses.

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Henderson was arrested and brought to the Okaloosa County Jail, where he is being held on a $150,000 bail.

According to the Okaloosa County Jail log, the driver of the Highlander has not yet been charged in the incident.

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