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Student expelled after police recover BB gun pistol in locker

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PROSSER, WA - On February 16th, the Prosser Police Department responded to a report of an air soft pistol in a locker at the Housel Middle School.

The Prosser Police Department recovered a BB gun pistol in a 13-year-old male’s locker. There was no immediate threat to staff or students. Due to the circumstances of the investigation, a lock down was not called. The male student had no plans to harm anyone and was transporting the BB gun pistol from his step brother’s house to his house after school.

The 13-year-old male student told two friends who immediately reported to staff. The student was expelled from school and turned over to a guardian. 

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