Flower Mound student brought gun to school

Ceria Alfonso
Febrero 15, 2018

Just after 11 a.m. today, Flower Mound Police Department school resource officers at Marcus High School received reports of a student in possession of a firearm.

When the SRO approached the student, they ran away.

Lake Nona High School assistant principal Adele Salazar said in a message to the campus community that another student saw the boy on the bus with what appeared to be a gun and alerted staff.

A student is in custody after a brief school lockdown when Baltimore County police responded Thursday to a tip regarding an armed person on the campus of Loch Raven High School in Towson.

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Authorities said they did know the identity of student and later found the student, only identified as a 14-year-old male, in a third-floor classroom.

Officers searched him and found a small-caliber handgun in his backpack.

Meanwhile, police directed concerned parents to a staging area at Rock City Church at 1607 Cromwell Bridge Road. Police say the school was put on lockdown and a broad pursuit was led.

This incident comes one day after a 17 people were killed in a deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

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