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Student brings stun gun to Stall High School

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File Photo: Stall High School in North Charleston, student arrested for allegedly bringing stun gun into school. File Photo: Stall High School in North Charleston, student arrested for allegedly bringing stun gun into school.

A Stall High School student is facing charges after police say he brought a stun gun into the school.

On Monday morning police say three students left Stall's North Charleston campus for several minutes.

When they returned they were taken to the front office, and questioned about leaving.

Police say while meeting with the Principal, assistant principle and resource officer, a search of their belongings was conducted and an "S.K. Electronics Corp." Stun Gun was discovered inside a book bag.

The student said to officials, he "forgot it was there".

Police then arrested the student and charged him with possession of a weapon on school grounds.

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