Chesterfield student won’t be prosecuted on weapons charges
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – A Chesterfield high school student won’t be prosecuted for bringing a gun to school.
The one count of Possessing a Firearm on School Property and the one count of Possessing a Weapon on School Property were nolle prossed.
Laura Khawaja from the Chesterfield Commonwealth Attorney’s office said the gun charge was nolle prossed because it was just a piece of a firearm and was inoperable.
She said the knifes were also was exempt from the law because they were in the vehicle and not inside school.
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