Izaiah Piedra--one of the two students arrested Wednesday--said two men, who are not students at Brownfield High School, came to the school Tuesday during lunch and were able to get onto campus and assault a Brownfield HS student without checking into the office or being asked to leave.
Piedra said as the two men left, they threatened him and his friends.
"They went out to the front of the school and when they were walking away they were like 'just wait till tomorrow, we're gonna come back and kill all of yall,'."
On Wednesday, KAMC Investigates has learned, dozens of students stayed home from school out of fear for their safety. Other students, like Piedra and Justin Rodriguez, brought guns to school to protect themselves.
Piedra's gun was found in his truck as he returned from school.
"I just had it to protect myself," he explained Friday. "I didn't have no other intentions of anything else happening; it was just in case something did happen, you know?"
When KAMC Investigates contacted Brownfield ISD Superintendent Jerry Jones to ask about the allegations, he said Piedra and the other students we talked to were lying and said no non-students made it on campus this week.
Jones also added that the safety of the students at Brownfield HS was never at risk, before hanging up on the reporter.
Piedra knows bringing a gun to school is a crime but wants to know why administrators aren't doing their jobs to protect students and keep unauthorized visitors off campus.
"Anything would have happened to them like if they would have got arrested and took in then everything would have been alright," he said. "But no they let them leave and those guys their probably dumb enough to do something like that anyways. You just don't know what to think especially if like you put yourself in my shoes."