NC - Gun goes off inside a 3rd graders desk 5/11/10

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  1. KaylynnCouture

    KaylynnCouture New Member

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    It is unclear how the gun went off, but luckily, the bullet missed all 20 students in the classroom and only hit a wall.

    Parents rushed to the school not knowing the extent of the situation after they were told, “A serious incident occurred in a University Meadows classroom this afternoon.”

    The gun was a .22-caliber handgun "small enough to fit in the palm of your hand," said Sgt. David Schwob.

    Police are investigating the boy's father who came to the school in the afternoon. Schwob said investigators were interviewing the boy, his parents and other students in the class.

    Snipped from http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/05/12/gun-goes-inside-desk-grader/?test=latestnews
     
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  3. KaylynnCouture

    KaylynnCouture New Member

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    Third Grader Appears In Court

    Snipped from http://www.wcnc.com/news/local/where-did-3rd-grader-get-the-gun-93624619.html
     
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    Angels_Not_Forgotten Anxiously Awaiting a WINNING NFL Season!

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    This happened not far from me :( nice to see mom and dad get another go. Hey maybe next time it'll just be a knife they didn't happen to notice in his backpack or on his persons in 3rd grade. Seriously, it's crazy.
     
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    I wonder this kid thought he was going to do with this gun. I still believed in Santa Claus when I was in the 3rd grade.
     

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