Wednesday, May 03, 2000

Police: Boy, 13, took unloaded gun to New Richmond High

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        NEW RICHMOND — A 13-year-old New Richmond High School student was arrested Monday afternoon after he took an unloaded gun to school, the Clermont County sheriff's department said Tuesday.

        The boy, whose name was not released because of his age, was taken to the Clermont County Juvenile Detention Center. Police say the investigation began when someone overheard the boy threaten to shoot the school's principal.

        The .25-caliber semi-automatic was recovered, and may have come from a relative of the boy, the sheriff's department said.

        Whether the boy faces an additional theft-related charge, or whether a relative faces charges for not securing the gun, is still under investigation, Sheriff A.J. “Tim” Rodenberg said.


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