Pulaski student expelled after bringing 2 loaded rifles on PCHS campus

A high school student has been expelled for one calendar year in neighboring Pulaski County after bringing two loaded rifles on the school’s campus, according to a report in the Somerset Commonwealth Journal.

On March 7, a teacher at Pulaski County High School learned that a student had a firearm in a car.

Upon further investigation, Pulaski County High School Resource Officer and Sheriff Deputy Alex Wesley discovered two firearms in the student’s vehicle. Two loaded .22-caliber rifles, with one being an assault style rifle, were confiscated from the student’s automobile.

Pulaski County Schools Superintendent Pat Richardson said at no time was there a firearm in the building and there was no threat made towards anyone.