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CCSD substitute teacher told students he had a knife, police report says

Posted at 11:27 AM, May 17, 2022
and last updated 2022-05-17 14:28:38-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — 22-year-old Aaron Bronley was arrested on May 6 after bringing a knife to Shadow Ridge High School, according to an arrest report from the Clark County School District Police Department.

Students told police Bronley, who was working as a substitute teacher, told a classroom full of students that he had a knife and showed it to them.

Per the report, Bronley told around 31 students that he had a knife before pulling it from his backpack. Additionally, Bronley pulled a small holstered pocketknife from his bag and showed it to the students, police were told.

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Bronley cooperated with authorities, giving them both knives when confronted. He was promptly escorted off the campus and arrested for possession of a dangerous weapon on school property and causing a nuisance on school property while in possession of a dangerous knife.

CCSDPD says he was transported to the Clark County Detention Center and booked.

Bronley had been employed as a substitute teacher since February, but was let go after his arrest, police said previously.