Flower Mound police took a excessive-faculty scholar into custody Thursday morning after officers found the scholar had introduced a handgun and ammunition to high school.
Faculty useful resource officers at Marcus Excessive Faculty searched the sixteen-yr-previous after different college students reported that the scholar had a firearm, police stated
Officers discovered an unloaded, small-caliber handgun and ammunition after eradicating the scholar from a classroom.
In accordance with a notice despatched to oldsters by Marcus principal Gary Shafferman, police “don’t consider the scholar meant to hurt anybody on campus.”
The scholar, whose identify has not been launched, is in police custody and faces a felony expenses of carrying a firearm in a prohibited place.
The incident comes only a day after a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida high school.