Miami man forgot gun in son's bag, goes to school to get it

Posted at 9:07 AM, Apr 06, 2018

MIAMI (AP) — Authorities in Miami say they arrested a man who put a gun in his 8-year-old son's backpack, forgot about it and went to the school to get it.

The Miami Herald reported Friday that 57-year-old Ramon Nuiry was charged with possessing a weapon on school grounds, improper exhibition of a weapon and possession of a concealed firearm.

The newspaper said Nuiry forgot he put his pistol in the boy's bag as he was taking him to school Thursday morning. He returned to Kendale Elementary, walked into the school and asked to see his son with his backpack.

An arrest report says a parent saw when he took the weapon out of the backpack and put it in his waistband. The parent notified school administrators and surveillance video captured the incident.