On the morning of Wednesday, August 30th, 2023, some parents of students at Temple High School received word that a weapon was discovered on the campus. While details were scarce, more info has been released. Here's what we know at the current time.

Details Released By Temple Police

According to Temple Law Enforcement, near the time of 7:45 AM, a unidentified student went to a school resource officer, concerned about a student on campus having a weapon. Following the report, the campus was secured, and Temple Police were dispatched to school. Law Enforcement found the student in question, and discovered a handgun in their possession, which led to an arrest of the student.

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In addition, during the process of searching for the weapon previously mentioned, another student became aggressive towards police while being examined, and was also arrested. Both of the unnamed students were taken to the Bell County Juvenile Detention Center.

Following the arrests, Temple High School was cleared to resume regular operations at 8:59 AM.

The first student has been charged with Possession Of A Handgun, and the second student faces a charge of Assault On A Public Servant.

As this is a developing story, more information will be reported when it becomes available.

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