By Iesha Rowan
Today The Pinal County Attorney’s Office says it is bringing charges against a 9-year-old who brought a firearm to a Queen Creek school in August.
The attorney’s office said Monday that they would be charging the child with charges of minor in possession of a firearm and interference with or disruption of an educational institution. Both are felonies.
“Given the inherent danger involved with a gun being on a school campus, PCAO must take this seriously,” said County Attorney Kent Volkmer in a press release.
Multiple Arizona students have been detained as authorities continue to investigate a rash of threats that have been made at schools across the state in the last three weeks.
Sept. 7 at Paradise Valley High
On Aug. 29, Cochise Elementary School
On Aug. 31, Kingman High School.
Paradise Vally High on Sept 7th
September 1, Central High
August 26, Prescott Charter School
Horizon High, September 7th
Circle Cross Ranch on Aug. 31
August 25, Leagcy Traditinal School
Aug. 31 at Archway Classical Academy Veritas – Great Hearts,