Teen arrested after stolen gun brought to Morgantown school
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – A Morgantown High School student has been arrested after bringing an unloaded handgun that was reported stolen to school.
Morgantown High Principal Robert DeSantis says the gun was tucked into the boy’s pants. Another student reported the gun to an administrator.
Media outlets report the student was found alone near the school’s football field when he was taken into custody Thursday.
Monongalia County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Perry Palmer says the handgun was reported stolen in a Dellslow burglary and that the boy is a possible suspect.
Morgantown Police Chief Ed Preston says the teenager will likely be charged with possession of a firearm on school property and possession of stolen property.
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