School Suspends Kindergartner For Bringing Pocket Knife To Lunch
AP | November 17, 2006
LEXINGTON, S.C. -- Lexington County school officials say a five-year-old kindergartner brought a folding pocket knife to school and faces expulsion.
Mary Beth Hill with Lexington District One says the Saxe Gothe Elementary School student tried to use the knife to open his sealed lunch in the cafeteria yesterday.
Hill says the student never threatened anyone at the school. She says officials think the boy didn't know he had done anything wrong.
Sheriff James Metts says state law says it is illegal to bring any weapon onto school grounds. But Metts says the child is too young to face any criminal charges.
Hill says the boy was suspended immediately.
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