Garden Grove Student Brings Gun to School

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on April 30, 2014 · 0 comments

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santa ana criminal defense lawyerA 13-year-old boy is in Orange County juvenile hall after bringing a handgun and loaded magazine to school.

Police say they responded to Jordan Elementary School after receiving reports that a student had a gun. They found a loaded magazine on the student, as well as a .38 caliber handgun in his backpack. The gun was registered to a family member. Officials do not know why the boy took the gun to school with him.

In addition to the boy being held in juvenile hall, four students who reportedly knew the boy had a gun will also receive punishment for not telling administrators.

Under California’s gun-free school act, individuals are not allowed to possess or discharge a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school. This includes weapons that are not loaded. Carrying in a school zone can carry a sentence of two to five years in state prison. It’s also classified as a felony offense, and can result in having your gun rights revoked.

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