3 Pa. teens face charges over weapons at schools
TOWAMENCIN, Pa. (AP) - January 18, 2013 (WPVI) -- Three suburban Philadelphia teenagers face charges after police say they brought weapons onto school property in separate incidents.
Police in Towamencin say two Pennfield Middle School students, ages 14 and 15, brought a pellet gun and a BB gun to the middle school and to North Montco Technical Career Center, which they also attend.
The Intelligencer reports police were called to the technical center Thursday. The weapons have been confiscated and juvenile charges are being filed.
Also Thursday, Towamencin police say they were called to North Penn High School after multiple knives were discovered in a truck parked at the school.
Police say an 18-year-old student will be charged with possession of weapons on school property in that case. His name hasn't been released.
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