- Associated Press - Friday, April 7, 2017

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A central Pennsylvania high school student has been jailed on charges he brought a loaded gun to school, then fought with school administrators and security officials who tried to take it away.

Eighteen-year-old Jason Knoble Jr. was arrested Thursday at Central Dauphin East High School in Harrisburg.

Police are still investigating an incident last week in which someone fired two shots at a vehicle in Susquehanna Township.

School officials called Knoble to the assistant principal’s office for questioning about that Thursday morning, which is when officials found the stolen gun. Knoble allegedly scuffled with a principal, school district security and a juvenile probation officer before he was subdued. He was arrested by Lower Paxton Township police on charges including having a firearm on school property and aggravated assault.

Court records don’t list a defense attorney.


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