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2 Easton High Students Arrested for Weapons Offenses

Updated: Jan 18, 2013 01:32 PM EST
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EASTON, Md.- Police have arrested two Easton High School students accused of bringing knives and fireworks to school.

Easton police said that on Jan. 4, officers were summoned to the high school on two different occasions for students who had brought weapons onto school grounds. Police said that during both occasions, the students were found to be in possession of a folding knife.

On the second occasion, the students were also found to be found to be in the possession of fireworks. According to police, the students had allegedly been setting off the fireworks in the school parking lot.

Both students were charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds and possessing a knife on school property. They were released to the custody of their parents pending action by the Department of Juvenile Services. 

 

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