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Caldwell Boy Brings Knife to School

CALDWELL (KTVB) – A 14-year-old boy who brought a knife to a school in Caldwell this morning could face criminal charges, according to Caldwell Police Lt. Alan Seevers.

The incident happened at Syringa Middle School.

Police say the boy brought a 3-inch fixed blade knife to school but did not threaten anybody. He was also found to be in possession of marijuana.

Seevers says the boy had only been in the school district for a week. He will be expelled and his parents have been called to pick him up.

The case will be turned over to the Canyon County prosecutor, and the boy could be charged.

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