- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Police recovered a ‘neon-colored’ water pistol from Malden High School in Massachusetts after a teacher reported a gun sighting.

“A teacher reported hearing a clicking motion, and thought a student may have had a gun,” Superintendent David DeRuosi told the Malden Patch. “[Officers] then found a water gun in the general vicinity.”

Fake guns are prohibited on campus. Newly installed surveillance cameras will reveal who the water-gun wielding student is, and he will face interdisciplinary action.

“You can’t take any of that stuff lightly today,” Mr. DeRuosi said.

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