TOWNVILLE, SC (WSPA) – A plaque honoring Townville Elementary shooting victim Jacob Hall will be added to the Heros4Higher Hopemobile/Batmobile.
They posted a picture of the plaque on their Facebook page.
“Update for Jacob Hall’s family, friends, community and world that is inspired by him… Jacob’s plaque came in for his memorial on The HopeMobile.. will make video mounting it Thursday.
Everywhere my HopeMobile/Batmobile goes, he will be honored alongside 9 other young heroes on the car. #TOWNVILLESTRONG”
Batman is planning to return to Townville for the Christmas parade on December 3rd.
The parade will begin at 1:00 p.m. and there will be a community gathering afterwards.
The Tenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office says they have filed a motion to have the Townville school shooting suspect tried as an adult.
The juvenile is charged with 2 counts of Murder, 3 counts of Attempted Murder, and 5 counts of Possession of a Weapon During the Commission of a Violent Crime.
The 14-year-old suspect is accused of killing his father, 47-year-old Jeffrey Osborne, before shooting two students and a teacher at Townville Elementary School.
6-year-old Jacob Hall, one of the two students who was shot. He died days later.
The other student and teacher Meghan Hollingsworth were both released from the hospital the day of the shooting.
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