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Updated records from the Johnson County Sheriff's Office show Jaylon Desean Elmore, 18, has been booked into a detention center in Olathe.
Elmore is accused of bringing a gun, later identified by authorities as a "ghost gun," to Olathe East High School, and shooting an assistant principal and school resource officer after he was confronted.
Elmore had remained in custody, under guard, and undergoing treatment at the Overland Park Regional Medical Center since the day of the shooting, first in critical condition, then upgraded to serious but stable.
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Records: Accused Olathe East High School shooting suspect Jaylon Desean Elmore released from hospital, booked into jail
Records show after a long hospital stay, the teen accused of opening fire inside an office in a Johnson County, Kansas high school has been booked into jail.Updated records from the Johnson County Sheriff's Office show Jaylon Desean Elmore, 18, has been booked into a detention center in Olathe.Elmore is
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The suspect in the Olathe East High School shooting has been moved from the hospital to the jail. As of Tuesday, 18-year-old Jaylon Elmore was listed as an inmate at the Johnson County Central Booking facility in Olathe.
OLATHE, Kan. - The suspect in a shooting that injured a school resource officer and assistant principal at Olathe East High School has been booked in Johnson County jail. Jaylon Elmore, 18, is charged with attempted capital murder following the incident on March 4.
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