Harley Pleads Guilty In School Gun Case
By Betsy Finklea
A young woman who pulled a gun on another student at Dillon High School last school year was in General Sessions Court on Wednesday.
Alexant Miracle Harley of Dillon pled guilty to assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature (as a lesser included of attempted murder), possession of a weapon on school grounds, and disturbing schools in front of Judge Paul Burch. She will be sentenced at a later date.
According to report by Sgt. Jeffrey Cook written at the time of the incident, Harley approached the student who sitting in the cafeteria. The report says the student said that she didn’t have time for her, got up to put her tray away, and Harley approached her and pointed a handgun at her. Another student started pushing the student out of the cafeteria to get her away from Harley, the report said, and Harley started chasing her with the gun. The school resource officer got the suspect in custody.