UPDATE: Five Students Arrested For Gun-Related Issues In Houston-Area Schools

Three days after the Santa Fe High School shooting five students were arrested on Monday in the Houston area

Classroom Desks

1- Authorities arrested a student at Clear Creek ISD, with an unloaded weapon. The incident happened at League City Intermediate on Monday morning.

School district officials confirm that a student informed a teacher that another student had a gun on campus.

A Galveston County officer stationed at the campus arrested the student. An investigation is underway and no one was hurt.

2- The second incident happened at Huffman ISD. School officials said Hargrave High School student had a gun in his backpack and was intending to harm himself. The student and backpack were immediately taken into custody and the building was placed on lockdown as a precaution.

A tip about the gun was phoned in to the district’s tip line. It’s not yet confirmed if the weapon was loaded or not.

3- A third student at La Marque High School texted a friend to bring him a gun to school.

The student was arrested but no weapon was found on campus, according to Texas City ISD.

The school district deemed this as an indirect threat against the school, and they said, that the District Attorney was planning to bring charges against the student on Tuesday.

4- A fourth student was arrested in Cleveland ISD. A student brought a BB gun to Eastside Elementary School and showed it to classmates.

The Cleveland ISD Police Department was contacted and responded instantaneously. The student with the BB gun was detained and arrested.

5- The most recent was at Friendswood ISD, where an 8th-grader was taken into custody and charged with making a Terrorist Threat at Friendswood Junior High.

Friendswood police said a student tipped off a school officer after finding the threat on social media. The school resource officer took the 8th-grader into custody.

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