Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Assistant Principal brings Gun to School

An assistant principal who unknowingly brought a gun to Princeton High School in the glove box of her car was suspended for three days but will not be charged, according to Johnston County Sheriff's officials.

Catherine Bennett, an assistant principal at the Johnston County school, did not realize the handgun was in the car, which she had brought to school to be worked on by the auto mechanics class, said Tammy Amaon, spokeswoman for the Johnston County Sheriff's Office.

The gun had been misplaced, Amaon said, and Bennett and her husband had been searching for it at home.

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Three days, wow, what a double standard, if this was a student they would have beenkick out for the year and arrested and charged.. the same should apply..

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