Student Brandished Knife in Trumbull School

Wednesday, Apr 24, 2013  |  Updated 4:32 PM EDT
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Student Brandished Knife in Trumbull School

A student at a middle school in Trumbull was taken into police custody after brandishing a knife.

The 8th grade student in the Alternate School Program at Madison Middle School pulled out the knife around 1 p.m. on Wednesday, according to Superintendent of Schools Ralph Iassogna.

A school security guard and police were called immediately, Iassogna said.

Trumbull police took the student into custody. Charges against the student were not immediately available.

No one at the school was threatened and no one was hurt in the incident, according to Iassogna.

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