• Pistol, shotguns, found in Vt. student’s car
    October 19,2013
     

    THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

    ST. ALBANS — Police in St. Albans say they found a loaded pistol, two shotguns, a rifle, a machete and other weapons in the vehicle of a 17-year-old Northwest Technical Center Student on school property.

    Police said the student broke no laws, but school officials say he has been disciplined. The teen, whose name hasn’t been released, also attends school in another district. Details on the disciplinary action weren’t known.

    The student was reported to have dropped the car off to be worked on at the technical center’s automotive shop. A teacher searched the glove box looking for registration information and first discovered the pistol on Sept. 30.

    The Franklin County State’s Attorney’s Office and police determined that the student had not broken any state laws.

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