Student, 12, fires BB gun on Dillard campus, cops say

Dillard Middle/High School was on lockdown while a 12-year-old was being detained for firing a BB gun at a faculty member on campus, Fort Lauderdale police said.

It started about 9 a.m. Friday at 2501 N.W. 11th St., said police spokeswoman Casey Liening.

“He was in class, being disruptive [and] the teacher told him to report to the front office,” she said.

There were two faculty members in the administration office at the time. When one went to leave, the boy — a recent transfer student — pulled what appeared to be a handgun from his backpack, according to Police Chief Rick Maglione, who went to the school Friday afternoon. or 954-356-4303 or Twitter @WayneRoustan

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