Student arrested after bringing gun to Omaha North High School, police say

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A 17-year-old Omaha boy was arrested Thursday after police say he brought a gun to school.

Just after noon, a school resource officer with Omaha North High School called for help in a disturbance with a male student, according to the Omaha Police Department.

Police said the student was armed with a gun and had run from the school. Officers arrived and quickly brought the student into custody, police said.

OPD said the student will be lodged at the Douglas County Youth Center on suspicion of possession of a firearm on school grounds.

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