More shell casings found at Harvard schools
HARVARD – A Harvard Junior High School student was charged with disorderly conduct after police said he brought three .30-caliber shell casings to school Wednesday.
Harvard police were called to Crosby Elementary School and Harvard Junior High School at 8:10 a.m. for a report of shell casings found on a bus at the elementary school and in a men’s bathroom at the junior high, according to a news release.
Students at all five Harvard District 50 schools were kept in their classrooms as officials searched the schools. No suspicious items, activity or people were found.
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