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Serious incidents involving Las Vegas valley schools in 2019-20

Posted: 7:46 PM, Aug 15, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-13 16:40:16-05
Serious incidents involving Las Vegas valley schools in 2018-19

This is an ongoing list of serious incidents at Las Vegas valley schools for the 2019-20 school year.

36-year-old Iris Guerrero was arrested after her child accidentally took a gun to Bracken Elementary school on Nov. 12 .

An 11-year-old Del Webb Middle School student was arrested for taking a gun to school on Oct. 21 , according to the Clark County School District Police Department.

Clark County School District police arrested a 13-year-old Garside Junior High School student on Oct. 17 after authorities say she admitted to making terroristic threats at the school.

Clark County School District and Child Protective Services are investigating an incident with a teacher at Thiriot Elementary School . The date of the exact incident is unknown at this time.

A 16-year-old Desert Pines High School student was arrested on Sept. 10 for having a gun on campus, according to school police.

A College of Southern Nevada student was arrested on Aug. 28 for having a riffle and approximately 2,000 round ammunition on the Henderson campus, CSN says.

An 18-year-old teenager was arrested Aug. 23 for terroristic threats against Legacy High School.

On Aug. 22 , Clark County School District police arrested two Sedway Middle School students after a BB gun was brought on campus.

On Aug. 22 , Clark County School District police arrested a Chaparral High School student after a reported altercation occurred with other students.

On Aug. 21 , school officials reported a person was arrested after a threat was made against Desert Oasis High School, located near Rainbow Boulevard and Cactus Avenue.

On Aug. 15 a 16-year-old boy was arrested for possession of a dangerous weapon on school property after bringing a BB gun to Sedway Middle School, near Gowan Road and Commerce Street. Police say the teen was not a student at the school and that he went on campus after school was let out.

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