First-grader pointed loaded gun at student in school office, email says
The Columbus Dispatch
A first grader who found his grandmother’s loaded gun at school this spring pointed it at another student, according to an email released Monday by
An Ohio school faculty member who was part of a state-approved concealed carry plan left a loaded gun on her desk and then left the building. A first grader got ahold of it and held another student at gunpoint. Police haven’t brought charges. #ohleg
Moms Demand Action
UPDATE: The first-grader who found a loaded gun at an Ohio elementary school pointed it at another student. The gun belonged to the school’s transportation director, who was allowed to carry it as part of the district’s plan to arm select staff members.
Reason #937 guns should not be in schools. The gun belonged to a staff member, but the student got a hold of it anyway.