Guns recovered at two Nashville high schools
Firearms were found in vehicles at separate Metro schools.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - Metro Nashville Police reported finding guns at two separate high schools in Nashville on Wednesday.
According to MNPD, a 16-year-old male student at Whites Creek High School was charged with bringing a gun onto school property after a search of his vehicle for drugs produced a loaded firearm. School personnel initiated the search after smelling the strong odor of marijuana on the student. Several grams of the drug were discovered in a baggie along with the firearm.
Additionally, officers were called to East Nashville Magnet High School for a student tip about a possible gun at the school. A pistol was found in a vehicle and three students were interviewed regarding the weapon. No charges have been filed yet in this case.
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