Fort Hamilton High School
Sabrina Milo was arrested in 2011 for allegedly threatening to bring a gun to school – and going on a Columbine-style massacre, but a grand jury refused to indict her.
The Senate has easily approved Brooklyn native Janet Yellen’s nomination to head the Federal Reserve.
A teacher accused of making comments about bringing a gun to school to settle scores has resigned.
A jury decided last week on that there was not enough evidence to indict 34-year-old Sabrino Milo on the original charges against her, attorney Andrew Stoll said Wednesday.
The Brooklyn teacher accused of making “Columbine-style” threats in a tirade at her school was out of jail Sunday night.
Sources said 34-year-old Sabrina Milo told at least two other teachers at Fort Hamilton High School she planned to conduct a Columbine-style attack to “settle scores.”
The attack took place during their chemistry class. Fortunately, the hydrochloric acid Smsarian allegedly poured over Albina Eshimbaeva’s head was diluted.