Three Houston County teens are in trouble after reportedly bringing a gun to school last week. It happened at Cottonwood High School.
Two of the boys are 15-years-old. The other is 13.
All three are charged with violating a state law that prohibits guns on school campuses.
At least one of the students allegedly waved a .22 caliber pistol around in a boy’s bathroom last Friday.
After other students told a teacher, the boy and his book bag were searched, but no weapon was found.
However, the gun was displayed again in a bus on the way home after school and one student is even accused of firing the weapon after getting off the bus.
In addition to the criminal charges, all three teens now face school disciplinary action, including possible expulsion.
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