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Three Stoneman Douglas Students Arrested For Bringing Weapons To School

//Stoneman Douglas High School Three Students Arrested Weapons pp

Mar. 30 2018, Updated 6:09 p.m. ET

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Three students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have been arrested for bringing weapons to school after alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz shot 17 dead on the same Florida campus last month, has learned.

According to arrest reports obtained by Radar, all three arrests were unrelated incidents that took place on March 20.

The first incident occurred around 10 a.m. on March 20, when a male sophomore was arrested for disrupting a school function. The tenth grader had posted pictures on the Snapchat app “depicting a handgun in his wasteband and numerous bullets,” the report states.

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The student told police the photo “was of a BB gun and the bullets were his father’s,” according to the report.

The report claims the student made a reference to a student named Josh in the Snapchats. The victim’s parents were “angry,” while the victim’s reaction was “calm,” the document states.


The arrest docs further that the student was Baker Acted, otherwise known as submitted for a mental evaluation, after police identified the suspect with “self-inflicting wounds to his left arm.”


Two additional arrests at the school involved knives. According to another police report, an 18-year-old female student at Stoneman Douglas brandished a “2-inch black handle knife.”

The female “unfolded the knife and showed it” to another student. The 18-year-old was charged with possession of a weapon on school property and exhibiting a weapon within 1,000 feet of a school, according to the report.

The final weapon-related arrest on March 20 involved a 17-year-old male found with a nine inch knife in his backpack. Another student advised school administration that he brandished the knife on a school bus the day prior, the release states.

The weapon arrests came just six days after Cruz appeared in court, where a Broward judge entered a not guilty plea for Cruz after he stood mute.

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