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Indiana Student Detained After Bringing Gun on School Bus

On Wednesday morning a Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation elementary student was detained after bringing a gun into their school bus, reported WRTV News.

According to the news report, a student told the school bus driver that another student had brought a gun onboard. The student had reportedly shown the gun to other students on board the bus.

The bus driver reportedly confiscated the weapon immediately and contacted the Clark-Pleasant Police soon after. The bus was parked in Break-O-Day Elementary School’s parking lot in New Whiteland.

Police responded immediately to the scene. All the students were reportedly safe and accounted for. The student that brought the gun — and whose identity was not revealed — was detained for questioning.

No threats were reportedly made. It is unknown at this writing if the gun was loaded or not. The incident remains under investigation.


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