First Grade Student Brings Loaded Handgun To School
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office in Kansas says a first-grade student (not pictured) brought a loaded handgun to school but the child didn’t display it or make any threats, Hutch News reports.
[su_center_ad]Again, the little feller did not make threats so it’s all cool. We know how those first-graders are the real threat.
According to the Topeka Capital-Journal, the kid “self-reported” having the gun on Monday at Indian Hills Elementary School in Topeka.
An officer on the scene secured the gun.
Shawnee County Sheriff’s Maj. Phil Blume said the weapon was loaded but there were no rounds in the chamber.
According to news release from the Sheriff’s Office, the child brought the gun from home.
It wasn’t made clear as to how the student gained access to the handgun, but “it was brought from the student’s home,” a release from the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office said.
Law enforcement officials were contacted and the student’s parents were notified. Naturally, there are no criminal charges pending.
So it’s either the little kid’s fault, the parents or the gun walked into the child’s backpack all willy nilly.
And yet, there are no charges pending.
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