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Police Break Up Plans for School Fight

Police Break Up Plans for School Fight



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(KSL News) Orem police have broken up plans for a fight and conficated two handguns from a high school student.

Police Break Up Plans for School Fight

The trouble started Monday afternoon at a junior high school in Lindon, where at least four Orem High students met a junior high boy and they all agreed to a fight this Friday.

Apparently the dispute began when the junior high student insulted the girlfriend of the high school student.

Lt. Doug Edwards/ Orem Dept. of Public Safety: "Anytime you talk about weapons or weapons are involved, that's taking a huge step forward, and that is going to create a lot of attention on our part. We'll devote a lot of attention to anyone who makes those kind of claims, regardless of their age."

Police Break Up Plans for School Fight

Police confiscated two handguns, which were un-loaded. And they arrested four high school students on charges of possessing a weapon on school grounds.

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