A Broward County Sheriff said his office received approximately 20 calls about the Florida shooter over the last few years.
From The Hill: A sheriff said Friday that his office received around 20 calls about Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old suspect in this week's shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead and wounded more than a dozen others.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel told reporters that his office had uncovered "approximately 20" 911 calls relating to Cruz over the last few years, and that his office would investigate how those calls were handled.
"We have uncovered at the Broward Sheriff's Office that we've had approximately 20 calls for service over the last few years regarding the killer," Israel said. "Every one of these calls for service will be looked at and scrutinized."
Read more @ (Link: thehill.com)
The FBI agent in charge of the Miami office left much to be desired in his explanation as to why the proper protocol wasn't followed when they were tipped off about the Florida shooter.
In summary, his explanation can be described as "mistakes happen".