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Irvin High School student in custody after report of gun

EL PASO, Texas -- An Irvin High School student was taken into custody Friday by El Paso Independent School District Police after a report that he had a gun near the school.

"There were reports of a student showing a weapon at a nearby park. The student was immediately identified and is in custody," said EPISD spokesman Gustavo Reveles.

Reveles didn't know whether officers actually found a gun in the student's possession or whether that student would face any charges.

He said classes continued as normal on the campus.

No further details were immediately available.

Jim Parker

Jim Parker is the Director of Digital Content for ABC-7.

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  1. Why are they not releasing his name and mugshot? If he is a juvenile then they should release his parents names.

    He needs to be sent to a juvenile detention prison.

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