Unloaded Gun Confiscated at Local Middle School

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Berkeley police confiscated an unloaded handgun Wednesday that a student allegedly brought onto the campus of Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School in North Berkeley.

Police were notified by school officials shortly after 1 p.m. that a student had brought a handgun onto the campus at 1781 Rose St., according to Berkeley police Officer Andrew Frankel.

Police have detained an individual in connection with the incident, Frankel said.

No injuries were reported and the incident is currently under investigation, Frankel said. He said he could not release additional information because the incident involved minors.


Chris Carrassi is the assistant city news editor. Contact him at [email protected]



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