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Adair High School student taken into custody in weapons case

Deputy John Partin charges 16 year old boy after finding BB pistols, ammunition; additional link in story
Adair County Deputy John Partin, School Resource Officer at the Adair Co. High School, took a 15 year old juvenile into custody Friday afternoon, April 21, 2006.

The youth was charged him with the offense of possession of a weapon on school property.

Three BB pistols and high intensity BBs were at the school.

Story information above courtesy Adair Sheriff's Office in Old Courthouse, 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY 42728. Phone 270-384-2776.
Editor's note:

Very few other details were released by the Sheriff's Office.

Because of the age of the juvenile, the name was not released. Nor would anyone at the Sheriff's Office comment on the danger the BB Pistols posed.

The ammunition confiscated was reportedly for "Air Strike 240 Plastic and Aluminum Air Gun." For manufacturer's information on this item, Click Here

This story was posted on 2006-04-21 16:25:45
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