CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A student was found with a gun at Hamlin Middle School Monday, according to Corpus Christi ISD Police Chief Kirby Warnke.
The gun was found after a student made a report to administration that another student was in possession of a "dangerous weapon," a letter sent to parents from the school said.
An immediate investigation began and a student was found with the gun, which was unloaded with no ammunition around, the letter said.
"See something, say something worked," Warnke said.
The letter to parents said appropriate action was taken against the student. No other information was given as to punishment the student may face.
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