Butler High student brings gun, knife to school

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - A Huntsville City Schools spokesperson said security workers found a knife and gun in a student's possession Monday at Butler High School.

Additional search procedures were implemented, and no other prohibited items were found.  The male student was charged with two Class III violations of the Huntsville City Schools Student Code of Conduct.

School personnel said the student didn't try to use the weapons on anyone.

The student will be suspended, pending an expulsion hearing and will not return to campus.

Huntsville Police have charged the student with carrying a concealed weapon.

WHNT News 19 is working to get more details on the incident.


    • Alissa

      Just because one student does something wrong doesn’t mean the whole school is bad. There are a lot of bad kid here but there are just as many good students and we shouldn’t be judged on the fact that one student made a mistake. That’s not cool nor fair to the students here, and if you don’t already know that, you don’t know our school. Butler has changed a lot from when i first got here. Don’t be so quick to judge something you don’t know ANYTHING about.

  • johnny

    There are a number of factors that contribute to the corruption of Butler high. As a student I’ve seen both students and teachers not doing their job and slacking. Its a two way street when it comes to why butler is the way it is. A new location won’t fix anything. Nor will closing the school. It’ll have the same effect as when westlawn and stone merged

    • Say What

      Where in the Constitution does it say that your 2nd amendments rights start at a certain age? He thought that the NRA was protecting his Constitutional rights. After all, the NRA protects the unfettered access to guns even for thugs!

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