Student In North Highlands Arrested For Bringing Guns To School
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NORTH HIGHLANDS (CBS13) – A local teen was arrested Tuesday for allegedly bringing two weapons to school.
The incident happened at Pacific Career & Technology High School campus on Tuesday afternoon, according to Twin Rivers Superintendent Dr. Steven Martinez.
The teen, who is being identified as 18-year-old Jaisun Andrade, allegedly brought two revolvers on campus. A fellow student found out about the guns and told her mother, who notified police, said Zenobia Gerald, a Twin Rivers Unified School District spokesperson.
Pacific Career & Technology High School is at 6560 Melrose Drive in North Highlands.
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