Adena School Placed in Lockdown Due to Pellet Gun on Campus, Three Charged

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Three Adena students have been arrested and charged with inducing panic after one of the students brought a pellet gun to school, Thursday.

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The Ross County Sheriff confirmed that Adena Local School was placed in “lockdown” mode Thursday morning following a report of an Airsoft pellet gun being brought to the school campus.

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Two male students and a one female student have been charged. Authorities say one of the three brought the pellet gun to school to sell to one of the others.

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Sheriff George Lavender reported late Thursday morning that all students and staff were safe and there was no report of a violent incident involving anyone with the pellet gun.

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The lockdown has since been lifted and the sheriff is stationing personnel at the campus through the rest of the school day, Thursday.

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