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Greenbrier High School student indicted in conspiracy to kidnap, kill classmate

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 5:37 PM
Last updated Friday, Feb. 3, 2012 2:16 AM
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A Greenbrier High School student was indicted for conspiring with another to kidnap and kill a classmate.

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A Columbia County grand jury indicted Christian Reed Adams Annis, 17, of McDuffie County, on conspiracy to commit murder, according to court documents released Thursday.

When he was arrested Oct. 28, Annis told deputies that his 15-year-old girlfriend asked him to help kill another student. Another Greenbrier student enlisted in the plot informed school officials, who called police.

The Evans 15-year-old was charged with criminal solicitation for planning and enlisting help with the plot. She is being held at the Regional Youth Detention Center in Sandersville, Ga.

Annis was released from the Columbia County Detention Center in October after posting a $5,100 bond.

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juantez
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juantez 02/02/12 - 11:37 pm
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Kool $5,100 bond..
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Kool $5,100 bond..

Craig Spinks
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Craig Spinks 02/03/12 - 03:44 am
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KUDOS to the GBHS student

KUDOS to the GBHS student who "snitched out" Annis and his alleged accomplice!

Not "No Snitching" but "Mo Snitching" should be the mantra of all public school systems in our efforts to reduce the incidence of illicit drug trafficking and bullying directed against our kids at school.

blacklion1001
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blacklion1001 02/04/12 - 11:58 am
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I guess it's time to move to

I guess it's time to move to a new school district.

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