I think the Boy who brought the guns to the local High School is my StepMom's Nephew! He comes from a very sad background and the whole story of how his Mom become pregnant and hew story is pretty sad... I have a call into my StepMom... I have Not seen him since he was little, but I used to see his Mom a lot when I bartended... The sad part of the story whether or not this is him or not, is the fact that he is being treated by a family Doctor... Not a psychiatrist! Why, because there are none here!!! Spokesman Review- Suicide was teen's intent, attorney says Erica F. Curless Staff writer January 25, 2008 Document: Sheriff's department burglary report A Columbine shooting was never Brian Edward Gilmores intent when he pulled into Lake City High School's parking lot Wednesday with a loaded shotgun and three stolen, high-powered rifles in his car, his attorney alleged Thursday. Instead, the depressed teenager, a former Lake City student, intended to park his Pontiac in the school parking lot, walk across the street to his church, take sleeping pills and then shoot himself before he passed out, the attorney said. This is absolutely not a Columbine incident, defense attorney Clark Peterson said. This is a troubled kid with some medical issues. Judge Robert Burton set Gilmores bond at $500,300. Gilmores mother, Debbie Gilmore, contacted the Kootenai County Sheriffs Office on Tuesday night after she learned that her son might have stolen guns from an uncle. In the burglary report, Debbie Gilmore told a deputy she was worried about her son doing a Columbine, referring to the deadly 1999 school shooting in a Denver suburb. Gilmore added her son had been acting very erratic and spent time on the Internet researching guns and how to make silencers. She said hes always been very military and that she recently discovered black stealth gloves in his room and two locked safes in his car, which he wouldnt allow her to see. When Brian Gilmore, 18, left their Third Street home that morning he wore all camouflage and wouldnt say where he was going. Gilmore still had on camouflage at 11 a.m. Wednesday when he pulled into Lake City Highs senior parking lot. Coeur dAlene police arrested Gilmore without incident. The burglary report alleges that Gilmore stole a Marlin rifle and two Remington 700 rifles from the relatives South Gozzer Road home along with ammo, about $300 and several pairs of boys underwear belonging to the caretakers 10-year-old son. Peterson and local law enforcement characterize Debbie Gilmore as a hero for notifying the Sheriff's Office and reporting her son might be headed for either Lake City High or Coeur dAlene High, where he is currently a senior. She was critical, Capt. Ben Wolfinger said. At that point we only had a burglary. Guns are pretty commonly taken in a burglary. We wouldnt have had the information to put two and two together. Its important people get involved like that. In the report, Debbie Gilmore said her son had been expelled from Lake City High and was attending Coeur dAlene High, yet he planned to transfer to the Bridge Academy next week after semester finals were finished. She told the deputy that Gilmore was often picked on by students, had no friends and hates what he called the whole society of the jock thing. She added that he hadnt made any specific threats but that he hasnt been talking to her lately. For several months, Gilmore has struggled with social anxiety and depression, receiving prescriptions from the family's physician, Peterson said. Gilmore also was upset that his mother recently had a baby, a concern that Debbie Gilmore mentioned in the sheriff's report. The medicine drastically changed the teenagers behavior, and the doctor recently switched Gilmore to Prozac, Peterson said. Peterson said the family has no criticism of the doctor and that sometimes anti-depressants have odd effects on teenagers. Gilmore took a polygraph test, and Peterson said it showed that he had no intent to harm anyone at the high school. Instead, Peterson said Gilmore parked his car at the school because he figured his mom might suspect he would show up at the neighboring Community United Methodist Church where he works a couple hours a week. From there, Peterson said, Gilmore planned to walk to the church and shoot himself in the attic. Peterson disagreed with the high bond and said only $300 of the $500,300 bond is because of the misdemeanor charge for allegedly having a gun in a vehicle at a school. He unsuccessfully argued for a $50,000 bond and that the judge release Gilmore to his mother. Peterson, who took the case shortly before the 2 p.m. first appearance, said he didnt know about Gilmores past or whether he had any previous problems at school. Many students said Wednesday that Gilmore is the same student who brought two vials of mercury to Lake City in March 2006, closing the school for two days before spring break and prompting intervention from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. School officials said student privacy laws prevent them from confirming that.