Lebanon High School student arrested for bringing knives to school

A Lebanon High School student was arrested today after school officials found multiple knives.

Other students reported to school officials that they had either seen or heard about the knives, according to a media release from Superintendent Todd Yohey.

School officials reported the incident to Lebanon police, who arrested the student.

Principal Scott Butler contacted parents this afternoon about the incident, and said no students or staff were harmed.

Two other students are being disciplined for their involvement, according to Lebanon schools.

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“I commend the students and staff at Lebanon High School for their quick action in this matter,” Yohey stated. “Concerned students did exactly what they should have done. They reported their concerns which prompted the investigation. As a result, everyone remained safe and the offending students were found and will now face disciplinary measures."

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