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  • Boy, 11, arrested for having nails at school

    05/28/2005 7:24:30 PM PDT · by Coleus · 62 replies · 1,496+ views
    The Herald ^ | 05.25.05 | Rebecca Sulock
    A school resource officer arrested an 11-year-old Rawlinson Road Middle School student Wednesday after the boy went to school with 10 nails in his pocket. The boy produced the three-and-a-half-inch-long nails after Dianne McCray, the school's assistant principal, asked about a jingling sound in his right pocket. McCray asked to see what was in his pocket, and he gave her the nails. The boy first said the nails were from a project about 10 days before, according to the police report. He then said the nails were for self-defense because a suspicious man had been seen in his neighborhood. He...
  • Officer's Weapon Accidentally Discharges In Anderson County School

    05/12/2005 8:31:10 AM PDT · by Stew Padasso · 80 replies · 1,571+ views
    Officer's Weapon Accidentally Discharges In Anderson County School Two Students Get Minor Cuts From Debris Story by The Carolina Channel ANDERSON COUNTY, S.C. -- An Anderson County school resource officer's gun accidentally discharged Wednesday morning. Anderson County chief deputy Tim Busha said it all started when students asked school resource officer Robert Miller how his holster works. Busha said during the demonstration, Miller was trying to explain to the students that the holsters are so secure that no one could take an officer's gun. At that point, Miller told a student to try and take the gun out, said Busha....