- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 13, 2019

LAS VEGAS (AP) - School police say a Las Vegas woman was arrested on child endangerment charges after her son found her gun in his backpack in class and immediately turned it over to his third-grade teacher.

Clark County School District police Sgt. Bryan Zink told the Las Vegas Review-Journal the gun wasn’t loaded, there was no ammunition in the backpack and the boy said he had no idea the weapon was there.

His mother, 36-year-old Iris Guerrero, was arrested at the school where she acknowledged the gun was hers and said she put it in the backpack but forgot to take it out.

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Zink says 30-year-old Sebastian Nav-Guerra was also arrested on drug and weapon charges after officers found methamphetamine in his pocket and a gun in an SUV in which he waited for Guerrero at the school.


Information from: Las Vegas Review-Journal, http://www.lvrj.com

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