• 2 Wagoner students suspended after posting photo with guns on social media

    By: Paris Holmes


    Story Highlights

    • Wagoner High School suspended two students this week.
    • A photo was posted to Snapchat showing them holding two guns. 
    • The caption read, "We done playin."

    WAGONER, Okla. - School officials suspended two students at Wagoner High School after one posted a photo on social media of the two of them holding guns.

    A caption on the photo read, "We done playin."

    The students were holding an aerosol BB gun and a .22 revolver that belonged to one student's grandfather, according to police.

    Officials said the photo was taken four months ago, but it was posted to Snapchat on Wednesday. School officials called police and suspended the students when they learned about the post.

    The students said the photo was a joke, and police said the student showed regret for posting it.

    After a 10-day suspension, the students will be registered for online school and will not be allowed on any Wagoner Public Schools' property for the remainder of the year.

    The district released a statement:

    "Yesterday our administration at the HS was made aware of a Snap Chat photo that showed a gun and a threatening statement.  The situation was immediately turned over to the Wagoner Police department for investigation.  Any student or adult who makes threatening statements directed at our schools, students, or staff will not be allowed back on our campus until a complete and thorough investigation concludes."

    The Wagoner County district attorney and the Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs will decide if charges will be filed.

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