The owner said that the post resulted in "about 30" threatening calls, a local church canceling its order for an upcoming festival, and negative reviews on their social media pages.
"My intention was to show them how much Jesus loved them and I loved them as a student leader for almost four years now," the youth pastor said in an online apology.
"I figured - hey, I'm driving past McDonald's on my way there and I might as well get him something," the officer said.
The high school senior shared on Facebook that he would perform the "Facebook Egg Challenge," in which a person cracks a raw egg on the head of an unsuspecting victim, or even themselves, if his post received 300 comments.
"I thought it was over," the man said. "The main thing that was running through my mind [was] I'm fixin' to miss the job interview and get the car towed that wasn't even mine."
A hard copy of the photo, taken at a goodbye party of an assistant principal leaving the district, was stored in a counselor's desk, where a student found it and then shared it on social media.
The teacher reportedly wrote the comment "absolutely pathetic" in red ink above the assignment, which featured multiple math problems.
"I took that bat and hit him upside the head like 'pi-yah!'" the great-grandmother said. "He said 'Ow!'"
"There's ten commandments and committing adultery is not part of that,” the pastor said. “It’s not that they should not go to the school it's that they can't go to the school.”
"The thing is, Kathryn has Down syndrome, so you can look at her and see that she has a disability," the student's mother said. "But it says nothing about what her capabilities are. She can read the rules. She can follow the rules.”
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American Airlines Flight 300 was taking off from JFK on April 11 when the wing scraped the ground and then hit a sign and light pole.
"People were too intoxicated to understand they were in danger there," the owner said. "It's basically wall-to-wall glass on the front and the back of the building."
According to the man, he had left his 10-year-old in the parking lot while he went to get cleaning supplies after the boy got sick in the car.
According to police, the accident occurred when the student's backpack became caught on the side of the bus, possibly in the wheel.
In the week leading up to the event, posters to raise awareness were also torn down by other students.
The 13-year-old allegedly took the booze from his grandfather's home, passing on some to other students.
On top of making the home look brand-new with a fresh coat of paint, the firefighters also installed new fire detectors.
Upon arriving at Mobile, Alabama on Tuesday morning, all 23 people were met with Customs and Border Protection investigators.
The woman's husband told police that he was at the movie theater when she asked him if she looked pretty. He reportedly did not hear the question and, therefore, did not answer.
According to investigators, the students were also asked to visit Pittsburgh sports venues, take selfies at various bridges, and publicly insult prominent Pittsburgh sports figures as part of the scavenger hunt.
“If he committed a crime, not even Dr. Phil could keep them together,” the groom's attorney said in court. “And the fact that they still are together shows that my client is an innocent man.”