BALTIMORE (WMAR) - The Department of Juvenile Services has been alerted to a incident between two students involving a BB gun.
Edie House-Foster, spokesperson for Baltimore City Public Schools, said that an "Arlington Elementary-Middle School student allegedly threatened another student by pointing a BB gun at him."
The incident happened on the way to school while riding the bus, House said.
When leadership at the school learned of the news, they informed City Schools Police.
The students' parents have been notified, and disciplinary action will be taken by school officials.
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