School Calls Cops On 11-Year-Old After Seeing A BB Gun During Virtual Lessons, Says It’s No Different Than Bringing A Gun To School


A Maryland school official called the police on an 11-year-old boy after the teacher reportedly saw a BB gun in the child’s room during virtual instruction.

Courtney Lancaster told WBFF that the school’s principal complained that the child having a BB gun in his room was like bringing a gun to school. “This is despicable. I had no idea what in the world [the police visit] could be over? BB guns never even once entered my mind. How many 11-year-old boys have BB guns?”

Anytime the government wants to enter your home, require them to present a warrant as mandated by the 4th Amendment.

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A Baltimore County family is warning other parents after they say police were called to their house over something that happened during a virtual school lesson. The incident is raising concerns over privacy and safety in the era of online learning.

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As a Navy veteran with four years of active duty, Courtney Lancaster has extensive knowledge of guns, how to use them and how to store them.

Her 11-year-old son, who owns BB guns, is a boy scout in fifth grade at Seneca Elementary School.

“He’s just a very intellectual child, but he’s all boy as well. He loves to be outside and play and ride his bikes and that sort of thing,” Courtney told Project Baltimore.

In his pursuit of becoming an Eagle Scout, Courtney says her son has learned how to shoot a BB gun and an airsoft gun. He’s also taken three levels of archery lessons. His mother says he stores his bow and guns on this wall in his bedroom. It’s never been a problem until June 1, when police pulled up outside her house.

“I had no idea what to think. I’ve never been in any legal trouble whatsoever. I’ve never had any negative encounter with law enforcement,” said Courtney. “I had no idea. I really didn’t know what to think.”

Courtney says she was home with her son who’s been doing virtual learning since schools shut down in March. More

This is crazy! Great teachers are now screenshotting pictures of our children and our homes. I would want an entire trace of every picture the teacher took and where or who has them now!

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