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Lubbock Man Sets Mom On Fire, Takes Teacher Hostage

George Bradley apparently has issues.  He is accused of setting his mom on fire and then busting into Rise Academy.

Check out the rest in this news story from our sister station KFYO:

According to multiple reports Rick Baumgartner, the school’s director, broke down the office door where the teacher was being held which distracted the attacker and the teacher was able to run away. Police arrived shortly after and the suspect dropped the knife as was taken into custody by Lubbock Police.

via Lubbock Man Sets Mom On Fire, Takes Teacher Hostage – News/Talk 790 KFYO.

First off, props go to Mr. Baumgartner on being a hero and diffusing a bad situation.  It’s a rare man that will stand up against evildoers.  Second please send your hopes and prayers out to this numbnuts mom.

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