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Bullets incident called prank

2 middle school kids suspended

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Two pre-teens walked into Scotia-Glenville Middle School on Wednesday morning with a handful of bullets. There were five rounds and no firearm to use them. According to Scotia-Glenville Central School District spokesman Robert Hanlon, it was a pretty simple case of childhood foolishness. “They were going to use the bullets in an experiment,” he said. “They were going to try to set them off outside after school by hitting them against the ground.” But the ...


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