The bus, which is operated by First Student, stopped at Fairfax and West 13th streets a few blocks away. The bus driver did exactly what any bus driver should do, get the kids to safety, JSO spokeswoman Officer Melissa Bujeda said. The witness led officers to the location where the shooting occurred, and that's where they spotted Jennings as he was walking out of a residence with the pellet gun, investigators said. Police said Jennings was taken into custody and confessed to shooting the bus. Jennings told detectives that he was bored and had been shooting squirrels and shooting rocks out of the pellet gun, JSO said. Duval County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Nikolai Vitti released a statement about the shooting: "No student should be fearful when riding to and from school on our buses due to violence. We are relieved that nobody was seriously injured and will actively work with the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office to determine who was behind this incomprehensible act." News4Jax crime and safety analyst Gil Smith said it did not appear that Friday's incident was targeted, unlike a Duval County school bus shooting in 2015 that was sparked by a dispute between the shooter, Edgar Robles, and a student on the bus. Two girls were wounded by gunfire in that shooting. Robles pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. School bus surveillance video in the Robles shooting was key in the case, authorities said.
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