Pellet gun taken to area school

A Custer Baker Intermediate School student faces expulsion after bringing a pellet gun to the Franklin school Thursday to show other students.

School officials found out about the pellet gun after the student bragged to her classmates about having it with her. Another Custer Baker student told a teacher, who took the pellet gun and reported what happened to the school’s principal, director of operations Bill Doty said.

Custer Baker officials also called the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, which is a standard safety procedure when a firearm or firearm lookalike is found.

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