Crime 5 Clarksburg High students arrested after handgun was brought to school
One killed after vehicle hits six students near Moore High School, police say
Police say one person has died after a vehicle struck six students near a high school in Oklahoma City. Sgt. Jeremy Lewis told KOCO 5 that around 3:30 p.m. Monday, a red pickup truck hit the students near the school's field house area in the 1000 block of East Main Street, across from a duck pond. One of the students has died, and Lewis said the other students who were struck were taken to an area hospital in critical condition.
Montgomery County police have arrested five Clarksburg High School students after a handgun and robbery on campus.
A school resource officer, assigned to the Clarksburg High School, was notified around 1 p.m. Monday by an administrator that a 15-year-old student had been a victim of a robbery earlier that day, police said.
The SRO had also received information from a witness that this victim had also brought a gun to the school, according to police.
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The SRO found the robbery victim during the school day and found a loaded handgun magazine while searching through the student's backpack, police said. The student admitted to the SRO that he had brought a handgun to school that day, according to police.
Montgomery County investigators said they learned that the victim, who has not yet been identified, brought the gun to school and met with four other people in the bathroom that morning.
At some point during the interaction, the four suspects stole the handgun and the victim’s wallet and cash, police said.
Police said they arrested Tyson Brown, 16, of Clarksburg, Md.; Justin Ferguson, 18, of Gaithersburg, Md.; along with two 15-year-old boys and a 16-year-old boy -- only identified as juveniles, police said.
Second student dies after being hit by pickup Monday near Moore High School, police confirm
A second student has died after being struck by a pickup truck Monday afternoon near Moore High School, Moore police announced Tuesday morning. According to police, officers responded at about 3:30 p.m. Monday to a collision involving pedestrians near Moore High School, near Main Street and Eastern Avenue. Sign up for our Newsletters Police said a red pickup truck struck six students, killing one person on the scene, later identified as senior Rachel Freeman. Officials with OU Medical Center told KOCO 5 Tuesday morning that two students, Kolby Crum and Yuridia Martinez, were in critical condition. Police officials confirmed during a 11 a.m.
It is unclear if the victim was one of the five arrested. However, police said the juvenile who brought the weapon to school was among those arrested.
A letter was sent home to parents by school officials acknowledging the incident.
"This illegal and dangerous behavior will not be tolerated in our school community," the letter said. "Weapons of any type are not permitted on or near school property."
Brown and Ferguson were charged as adults for the possession of a handgun, robbery, and conspiracy to commit robbery, police said. The pair was taken to the Central Processing Unit.
Three boys were arrested and charged as juveniles for the possession of a handgun and possession of a deadly weapon on school grounds, police said. They were later released to their parents/guardians.
17-year-old arrested after gun found in backpack at Lake Weir High School, officials say
A 17-year-old was arrested Monday in Marion County after a gun was found in his backpack, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office. Officials said a stolen handgun was found in the teen's backpack at Lake Weir High School. Sign up for our Newsletters According to the report, the school resource deputy said the student had an odor of possible marijuana emanating from his backpack. After contacting the dean, officials said the teen'sOfficials said a stolen handgun was found in the teen's backpack at Lake Weir High School.
Police said this is an active and ongoing investigation, as multiple searches have been conducted for the handgun. The handgun, according to police, has not been recovered.
Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call the 5th District Investigative Section at 240-773-5770.
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