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Published: Sunday, April 14, 2019 @ 2:39 AM
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Police in Florida said Friday a teen was arrested at a Jacksonville-area school after two staff members noticed the teen was acting suspicious.
According to the Jacksonville Beach Police Department, the staff said the teen ignored them, so they contacted the campus police officer at St. Paul’s Catholic School, who found two semi-automatic handguns on the teen.
The teen was also wearing a rolled-up knit stocking cap that when unrolled was a full ski mask, according to police.
The teen gave the officer several fake names, but the officer was able to confirm the 16-year-old's identity and arrested the teen, according to police.
Police said the teen will be charged with the following:
Two counts of possession of a firearm on school property.
One count of possession of a weapon by a delinquent juvenile.
One count of giving a false name to law enforcement.