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Students Suspended for Bringing Toy Guns to School

Students Suspended for Bringing Toy Guns to School

Posted - Sep. 1, 2004 at 7:34 a.m.



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(KSL News) Two Uintah High School students are suspended for bringing toy guns to school.

Sheriff's deputies say the boys were at a football game, when a witness saw the teens pull guns from their car, and then walk into the football stadium.

Deputies found the teenagers and questioned them, confiscating two pellet-type guns.

Besides suspension, the teenagers will be referred to Juvenile Court. Carrying any type of weapon, real or pretend, is a criminal offense on school property.

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