LAKE WORTH, Fla. (AP) _ A 13-year-old boy charged with killing a teacher after being sent home from school for throwing water balloons told a classmate he planned to return and shoot the counselor who suspended him, police said Wednesday

``Just watch, I'll be all over the news,'' Nathaniel Brazill told the girl, according to Police Chief William Smith.

The girl, also 13, didn't take him seriously, just as other students had not when he talked about shooting someone in the days leading up to the Friday's shooting of English teacher Barry Grunow.

The girl, who police did not identify, said Brazill intended to shoot Lake Worth Community Middle School counselor Kevin Hinds.

``After he was suspended, he told her that he was going to bring a gun back to school and shoot Mr. Hinds because he suspended him,'' Smith said.

Police said a school security camera showed Brazill shooting Grunow after the teacher wouldn't let the boy in his classroom to talk to two girls. Police said the gun was believed to have been stolen from the boy's grandfather's house.

Brazill, who excelled in class and had dreams of going to college and becoming a Secret Service agent protecting the president, is in juvenile detention and in a sort of daze, said his lawyer, Randy Berman.

``He can't believe it happened,'' Berman said. ``He can't really put his finger on how it all occurred.''

Brazill, who has been charged as an adult, could face life in prison without parole if convicted.