A mom who had a 'gut feeling' about a racist message she received over Facebook has prevented a school shooting massacre in Kentucky.
Koeberle Bull, who is the mother of three African American children, reported the horrible, racist message from a man she didn't know last Wednesday, leading police to the doorstep of Dylan Jarrell in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.
Bull was shocked to wake up to the private Facebook message insulting her children, who are biracial, including using the n-word.
She has no idea how he found her on Facebook, but after reading the message, she found out the man was from Kentucky, and called the Kentucky State Police.
Cops say they arrived in the nick of time, arresting a heavily armed Jarrell as he was backing out of his driveway in a car full of guns, ammunition and detailed plans to attack schools before the end of the day.
Jarrell had a firearm, more than 200 rounds of ammunition, a bulletproof Kevlar vest and a 100-round high-capacity magazine, Kentucky State Police reported.
In an age where we glorify the killers, let's glorify a hero instead: Thank you Koeberle Bull