A student at Miami Jackson Senior High was found Wednesday with a loaded gun on campus, according to law enforcement officials.
Miami police and federal agents had been at Jackson searching for the student, who was wanted on a separate weapons charge. Police discovered the firearm after taking the student into custody and patting him down, a source familiar with the incident said.
The student spent the afternoon at Miami police headquarters. As of Wednesday afternoon, police said he had not officially been charged with a crime. Police did not name the student, give his age or say what grade he attended.
Miami-Dade Schools Police spokesman Raul Correa said the student is likely be charged with possession of a firearm on school grounds. Other charges are possible.
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