Surprise: High School Students On A Field Trip Discover Body Of Murdered Boy!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: For Your Information, Hide Ya Kids, Jesus Take The Wheel

Mom: How was your day honey? Kid: We found a body during 4th period Mom: WTF?!?!

Louisville Metro Police are conducting a homicide investigation in the 3300 block of E. Indian Trail, behind Liberty High School.

Police say the body of a 14-year-old boy has been found in that area, and that foul play is now expected in the case.

Sources tell WDRB that the teen lived nearby and attended another nearby school — not Liberty High School.

Ben Jackey, a spokesman for Jefferson County Public Schools, says the body was discovered early this afternoon by a group of ten students was walking behind the high school as part of their Humanities class.

“They were freshman. They were in the back of the school doing an activity as part of their lesson and they looked over in a ditch that runs adjacent to the school and they saw what appeared to be a body,” says Lauren Roberts, a spokesperson with Jefferson County Public Schools.

Students immediately notified their teacher and a security officer.

Police say the boy was found face-down, but have little other information to release.

“It is unclear at this time how long he has been there. The coroner will decide. It is not believed that he has been there for an extended period of time,” says Carey Klain with Louisville Metro Police.

Damn, who the hell leaves a body behind a school?!?! We gotta believe that someone wanted this to be found.



  • I Am Legend (Allergic To Darkies)

    Thats a shame….

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  • ShawnNeverSettles

    The world is getting worse and worse. People are more and more angry. Parents need to teach their kids to learn how to find resolution without violence then hopefully one day we can reverse this awful mess. This is someone’s child, Lord have mercy I would NEVER be the same if someone came to tell me someone has done this to one of my kids. If EVERYONE would hold themselves accountable for ALL of their own actions, a lot of things would take care of themselves. Stop the hate of ANY kind. SMDH

  • I'm Just Me...Keeping It Real Since: 1983

    Shouldn’t it be “foul play is suspected in the case” as opposed to expected? Who proofreads these articles?
    Nonetheless I am sorry to hear about another young life lost. That is a shame. I hope they find the guilty party and prayers for the family and friends of this child.

    • ~ChynaPeach~

      No One proofreads it. It says A group of ten students was walking. Sad story but even sadder grammar.

  • It's Me

    it had to happen just a short while before they found it. Damn I feel sorry for the parents unless they did it…Never know these days, parents are just as Fu*ked up as some of these kids. Let’s Go Heat!!!

  • JayJay Growlings

    looks like a job for Horatio Caine….lol

  • Reality

    I am from Louisville and this not a shock its many terrible crimes like this happening in and around the city.

  • 1TruDiva w/the PlatinumVocals!!


    And I was mad when we had to dissect frogs in high school.


    Actually “foul play is expected is correct” not “suspected”. If we were to say suspect, more than likely we will be talking about the person that did it. Expected is like saying it probably happened. Sorry….try again

    • Ummm...

      Actually… Suspected would mean that they thought foul play had been involved. Expected is like saying they expect foul play charges to to be brought against someone. Either would be correct, depending on what the writer meant at the time. However, you can’t tell by the writer’s use of grammar. j/s

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