MILFORD TWP., Pa. - A Quakertown Community High School student was found in possession of two airsoft pellet handguns Tuesday.
Police responded to the school and removed the student, charging the student with a Class 1 misdemeanor at the Quakertown Police Department.
The weapons were not loaded and School Resource Officer Robert Lee said no students were threatened or harmed in any way.
In regards to the Quakertown Community School District School Board policy, the student was immediately suspended and could be expelled.
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