MHS students bring pocket knives to school, get suspended and arrested
Within one month, two 18-year-old students were suspended and arrested for bringing pocket knives to Mitchell High School.
Mitchell Superintendent Joe Graves said it is standard procedure to suspend a student who brings a knife to school. Most recently, the Mitchell Police Division responded to a weapons violation call Tuesday at the high school.
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