Fayette County Public Schools

January 26, 2011 by USA Post 

Fayette County Public Schools, A student who carries a handgun at Bryan Station High School and Tates Creek Middle School student for making threats to bomb – held responsible for the Fayette County Public School held Tuesday.

In the first case, a student Bryan Station was found to have a loaded handgun in his possession just before classes started Tuesday morning. The student was detained and charged with possession of a weapon to school, “Fayette County Public Schools,”said.

Bryan Station Principal Gladys Peoples said it arrested two students who were taking a shortcut through the school office Tuesday morning and decided to conduct an administrative search based on their behavior. A student was found to have a gun, “she said.

“We asked him why he had the handgun, and he said there was a problem in his neighborhood with adults,” said Peeples. “He had no problem with anyone here at school. ”

The other student did not participate in the implementation of the handgun, “she said.

Bryan Station High School is in custody after being found with a loaded gun on campus last week.

School officials say they immediately began an investigation with the help of the “Fayette County Schools Public”ministère of law enforcement and assistance from the Lexington Police Department when he was briefed on Firearms. They say the gun was loaded, but say that the student has given no indication he had a gun with him because of all the problems related to Bryan Station High School. He told officials he was carrying a gun following a dispute with the adults in her neighborhood.

The student was charged with possession of a weapon to school and placed in detention. He will face legal consequences in the juvenile justice system and the administrative consequences through the school district.

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