‘What a shame’: Teenager ‘brought a gun to school’
By David Cavanagh – 20 April 2014 12:38:40One teenage boy is under investigation after he was caught with a gun at his school, while another teenager had a concealed carry permit.
In a statement on the Queensland Government’s website, Queensland Police said they had been made aware of an incident involving a 14-year-old boy at St John’s College, Wollongong, on Friday afternoon.
“Police attended the incident at approximately 1:30pm today.
It is understood that a firearm was recovered and that a 14 year old boy was arrested,” the statement read.”
The 14 year age of the boy is not being released at this time.
The matter is under ongoing investigation by police and the investigation is ongoing.”
In an unrelated case in Melbourne, a 16-year old boy has been charged with possessing an unregistered firearm.
“It is alleged that a 16 year old male attended a location in Sydney on Friday, April 10, 2014 where he allegedly brought a firearm to school,” police said in a statement.
“He is charged with possession of a firearm with intent to discharge.”
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