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Student issued a citation after brandishing toy BB gun at Woodland school


A middle school student in Woodland was issued a citation after he brandished a toy gun on campus, Sgt. Brett Hancock with the Woodland Police Department said.

Hancock said that on March 26 at 2:30 p.m. Woodland officers came to Douglass Middle School after it was reported that a student had allegedly brandished a gun on campus.

Before officers arrived, school administrators had isolated the 13-year-old student, who had pointed a toy BB gun at another student, Hancock said. The display of the toy gun stemmed from a verbal disagreement according to Hancock.

The student was issued a citation for his actions.


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