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High School Student Arrested on Gun Charges
Fort Worth P.D.
   
 
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PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

 

Sept. 22, 2022

FORT WORTH, Texas - On Sept. 22, 2022, at 11:38 a.m., a student notified school administrators that another student was in possession of a gun at Timbercreek High School, 12350 Timberland Blvd. The Fort Worth Police Department school resource officer was notified and located a 17-year-old student in possession of the gun and confiscated the weapon. The student was arrested on suspicion of Places Where Weapons are Prohibited, a third-degree felony.

This incident is a reminder of the importance of “See Something, Say Something.’ The student’s quick and proactive actions, and the officer’s quick response prevented a potential tragedy.

 Report #: 220075170



Comments:
This country needs Jesus Christ when I grew up we had guns in the cars trucks during hunting season even in the parking lot at the high school and JROTC had a range behind the school and we shot 22 rifles but no one wanted to hurt any one else it's a heart problem the kids are not being taken to Church but they are hit with violent music and violent TV and games all day and now they throw CRT into the schools causing division among the kids and we wonder why kids act as they do it starts at home Set thy house in order if you raise them right it's hard for them to be brain washed Do you have Prayer with your kids Do you take your kids to Church Do you raise your kid or does the TV computer phone games etc do it for you so you are not bothered it's your job do it your kids need a drug problem they need to be drug to Church Sunday morning Sunday night and Wed night and if they don't act right get your belt and make necessary corrections but do it in love
Posted by Cracker lawson at 9/23/2022 12:07:01 PM

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