The 17-year-old who brought a BB gun to Owings Mills High School Tuesday was sent to the Charles Hickey School in Parkville after he was processed by Baltimore County Police in Reisterstown.
The student, who is charged with possession of a dangerous weapon and disruption of school activities, was sent to the Hickey School by the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services Tuesday as a result of the incident, according to Lt. Stephen Doarnberger, assistant commander of the Baltimore County Police’s Franklin Precinct.
Owings Mills High School was on lockdown Tuesday morning after students reported seeing the student put a gun in his waistband. Officers canvassed the school area and found the student in the main office for an unrelated matter. He was in custody 20 minutes after officers were dispatched, police said.