Simsbury Students Charged in Pellet Gun Incident

Three students were arrested Thursday afternoon.

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    Three Simsbury High School students were arrested after an incident involving a pellet gun in the school's parking lot on Thursday.

    Three Simsbury High School students were arrested after an incident involving a pellet gun Thursday afternoon.

    The students displayed the pellet gun while driving through the school's parking lot, according to police. A parent saw the weapon and called police.

    Officers stopped the car with the three students about one mile from the school.  They located two pellet-style firearms, police said.

    Police arrested 18-year-olds Tanner Nacimbeni and Hannah Bolden and a 17-year-old juvenile.  All three were charged with possession of a weapon on school grounds, weapon in a vehicle and second-degree breach of peace.

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