SUMMERVILLE, S.C. - A South Carolina mother said she didn't find out until days later that her son's name was on a hit list at his middle school.
Summerville Dubose Middle School officials said a faculty member found the list on the floor Friday labeled “People to Kill” with 12 students’ names on it including Beth Bullock's 12-year-old son.
She said the principal didn't call her until Tuesday.
“My issue is that everyone as soon as possible should have been notified,” Bullock said.
The Dorchester County School District said a student admitted to writing the list, but said it was not meant as a threat.
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