REPORT: Guns found, violent threats made at schools near Texas high school shooting


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Threats of more gun violence were made this week at schools in Texas, just as students from the high school in Santa Fe, Texas, returned for the first time since last week’s school shooting that left nine students and one adult dead.

Officials said two students at nearby schools were caught bringing guns to school, and gun threats were made at three other schools near Santa Fe.

The article goes on to state the following:

A gun was found in the backpack of a student at Hargrave High School, which is about an hour away from Santa Fe High School.

“This morning we received a tip that a Hargrave High School Student had a gun in his backpack and was intending to harm himself,” Huffman Independent School District said in a statement on Facebook. “The student and backpack were immediately taken into custody and the building has been placed on lockdown as a precaution as we continue to investigate the incident.”

At the same time, 14 miles away from Santa Fe High School, a student at League City Intermediate School was found with an unloaded gun and was taken into custody at the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office, authorities told ABC affiliate station in Houston Monday.

Three threats from schools close to Sante Fe High School were reported on the same day.

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