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Student sentenced for bringing gun to school
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The youth who caused a two hour locked down of Warren County High School this past week has been committed to the Department of Children's Services for an indefinite period after he entered a guilty plea to bringing a gun onto school property.
The high school Junior that caused a complete campus lockdown when he brought a gun to school Wednesday entered a guilty plea and has been committed to the Department of Children’s Services. The 16-year-old student, whose name has not been released due to his being underage, appeared before Juvenile Court Judge Bill Locke and entered a plea to the charge of delinquency to the act of possessing a firearm on school property. The charge, which would be a felony had he been an adult, prompted his commitment to DCS for an indeterminate period.