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A Florida educator, who survived among those most unexpected high school shootings in US history, was detained Sunday after he abandoned a loaded pistol from the stall of the public restroom by which a displaced man discovered it stopped it, " police claimed.

The suspect has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder, one for each person killed in the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

The reaction online included a mix of snarky, humorous responses and more serious concerns about armed teachers, with the incident playing right into the hands of the gun control crowd.

Sean Simpson, who teaches Chemistry, reportedly told deputies that he left his weapon, a Glock 9mm, in the bathroom at the Deerfield Beach Pier this past Sunday (Apr. 8). He was returning to get it when he heard a gunshot and found Joseph Spataro holding the gun.

The subject of arming teachers became a nationwide debate following the shooting. "So I suppose instead of having someone volunteer to carry a gun, if this becomes an enforced policy, give it to a teacher with a track record of not forgetting things", said Senior Daniel Snell. Spataro was charged with trespass and firing a weapon while intoxicated.

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The teacher was arrested after he left a loaded gun in a public restroom at the beach in Florida. They said that's far too little to hire a lawyer for such a massive death penalty case that could last for years. Simpson wrestled the gun away from him and no one was hurt.

The Feb. 14 attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, reignited a long-running USA debate on gun rights and sparked a youth movement led by survivors of the attack.

The Broward County School Board said on Tuesday it will not participate in the new program, ABC News reported.

Both men were charged and arrested in relation to the potentially-dangerous flub, with Simpson having to post a $250 bond.

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