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Sixth Grader Suspended For Writing "People I'm Going To Kill" Note

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ADRIAN, Mich. (WLNS) - A sixth grader has been suspended after writing a note that said she was going to kill nine students. She was annoyed with the people in the note for repeatedly saying her name and pronouncing words improperly.

It happened on Thursday, October 24 at Adrian Middle School.

The hand-written note said, "People I'm going to kill," and had a list of nine names.

Adrian police met with the principal, assistant principal and superintendant. The school was able to find out who wrote the note by comparing the handwriting on the note to that of sixth grade students.

The girl's father worked with the school to talk to his daughter about the note. She admitted to writing the note, but claimed she didn't really mean the words written.

All of the students in the note were told about their names being present in the note.

The note-writer was suspended indefinitely.

The Adrian Police Department said that no names will be released in the incident because all of the students are juveniles.

If you have any information, call the Adrian Police Department School Resource Officer, John Birdwell at (517) 264-4808.

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