FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A student was arrested Friday at a school in Broward County after officers said a loaded gun was found on campus.
Fort Lauderdale police said they were notified by school security at Stranahan High School just before 2 p.m. that a student had a gun.
The school was placed on lockdown while officers responded and began to search the school.
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The student in question, Jamar Ross, 18, was quickly located and a loaded handgun was recovered by officers, Fort Lauderdale police spokeswoman Casey Liening said.
Police said no shooting occurred and no injuries were reported.
Ross faces charges of possession of a firearm on school grounds and disrupting a school function.
The lockdown at the school was lifted and dismissal resumed as normal.