SEBASTIAN, Fla. - A Sebastian River High School student is accused of bringing an electrical stunning device onto school grounds.
A school resource officer says several students told administrators a 17-year-old girl showed them the pink device during breakfast in the school cafeteria on Aug. 22.
When the officer asked the student about the device, the officer says the girl said she had it in the morning and her stepmother picked it up during first period.
The girl’s father brought the “Vipertek” stun gun back to school for the officer and it was entered into evidence, according to an Indian River Sheriff's Office report.
The school reported disciplining the girl, but the terms of the discipline are not immediately available.
The teen is charged with possessing and displaying a weapon on school property.