Gun found at Jessieville school, two arrested | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Gun found at Jessieville school, two arrested

Posted By on Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 1:06 PM

The Garland County sheriff's office reports two arrests Monday after discovery of  a stolen gun in a student's vehicle at Jessieville High School.

The release said a school resource officer heard two students had come to school with a gun. The officer, Brandon Tollett, found a 9-mm handgun in the console of an extended cab Chevy Z71 in the student parking lot. The serial number indicated the gun was stolen.

The release said Wilton Hobbs, 18, and a juvenile were arrested for possesion of a gun on school property and theft by receiving, both felonies.

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