Student Reportedly Brought Gun to Bryan Station HS

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 4/23 6:26 pm
According to a letter sent to parents by Bryan Station High School principal Mike Henderson, a student brought a gun to school with them Wednesday morning.

In the letter, Henderson said a tip led to an investigation, which uncovered the gun in the student's possession.

The student has been charged with unlawful possession of a weapon on school property and could face legal and administrative consequences, according to Henderson.

He went on to say that school officials are taking the matter very seriously and will "work diligently to keep [children] safe and create a positive learning environment on campus."
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