Teacher Fired Starter Pistol at Students, ‘Execution-Style’

ABINGDON, Va. — A teacher at William H. Neff Center, a career and technical school, was charged with 12 felony counts of brandishing a firearm on school property after he allegedly lined students up against a classroom wall and fired a starter pistol at them, execution-style.

Manuael Earnest Dillow reportedly lined the students up near a garage door in the school’s welding shop, ABC News reports. He then pulled a starter pistol from the waistband of his pants that looked like a real gun, according to police.

Dillow was suspended without pay by the school system.

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