WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Authorities say a Florida man confirmed up at a junior highschool with a loaded gun after his son contacted him to say a instructor had pushed him.
The Palm Seaside Publish studies that 27-year-old Christopher Freeman was arrested Monday afternoon at Bear Lakes Center College and charged with aggravated assault, possessing a weapon on faculty property and disturbing the peace.
Palm Seaside County College District police say Freeman’s son had video-called him in tears, saying a instructor had “slammed him.” Freeman advised police he then noticed an grownup seize the boy earlier than the decision ended.
A police officer met with Freeman when he arrived on the faculty. The officer reported seeing what gave the impression to be a gun protruding of Freeman’s pants, prompting a college lockdown. Police discovered a loaded AK-47 throughout a search.
In line with ABC Information, Freeman advised police he forgot he was carrying the AK-47. The suspect additionally reportedly mentioned he didn’t comprehend it was in opposition to faculty guidelines.