TOLEDO, Ohio — A man was arrested Tuesday after Toledo police say he was found with a gun at Start High School.
According to a police report, an unloaded handgun was found in the man's bag while visiting a counselor. There were no threats or injuries.
Corey Harris, 48, was charged with possession of a weapon on school premises. He was arraigned in Toledo Municipal Court Wednesday morning and released on personal bond.
This is the fourth incident in recent weeks of a gun being found at a Toledo Public school.
Last week, an outside employee who provides services to TPS was found with a gun on school grounds at Robinson Elementary.
"These guns being recovered from schools represent the hard work of the Toledo Police school resource officers, and that their partnership with TPS is working to provide and maintain a safe learning environment for the students and staff," Toledo Police Public Information Officer Lt. Paul Davis said. "Parents can be assured that the SROs are vigilant in their duties to protect the students, and the discovery of these firearms shows that they are being successful in that mission."