JACKSONVILLE, Fla. --18-year-old Tamolis Clark stood before a judge in shackles.
Clark, was arrested Tuesday, when police spotted suspicious activity from his white Pontiac Grand Am in the Englewood High School parking lot. When the officer approached the car, they found Tamolis Clark armed with a loaded .22-caliber revolver pistol, a box of ammunition, and a six-inch knife.
Three other people were also in the car at the time. They were all escorted out of the vehicle and searched, but Clark was the only one arrested.
Clark, a former student at Englewood, told police he had “issues with a couple students at Englewood.” One of the witnesses in the vehicle with Clark told police he came there to “resolve” them.
Now Clark sits behind bars charged with possession of a firearm on school property, a weapon on school property, trespassing on school property, and carrying a concealed firearm. His bond is set for $60,000.
We spoke with the family of Tamolis Clark after court... They made no comment.