Guns recovered from Kissimmee High School students
KISSIMMEE, Fla. – The Kissimmee Police Department working with officials at Osceola High School have recovered two unloaded guns that were brought on campus on two separate occasions.
"The first incident occurred on Sept. 28, when a student made staff members aware that the male student had brought a gun to school," Kissimmee Police spokeswoman Stacie Miller told HeadlineSurfer.com. "The School Resource Officer located the student and recovered the unloaded .380 handgun. The second incident occurred on Oct. 7, when a student made a teacher aware that a male student had showed him a gun while in class."
Miller said the secind student was located by the school resource fficer and the unloaded .380 handgun was recovered. Both students were arrested and taken to the Juvenile Detention Center in Orange County.