A surburban Atlanta high school resumes its normal class schedule following a lockdown in which two students were arrested and three guns seized.
Police locked down the 2,300-student Woodstock High School for two hours Thursday. Cherokee County Sheriff's Sgt. Jay Baker says officials received a tip that a student had run away from home and planned to bring guns to school.
Baker says the two students were taken into custody not long after the lockdown began. He said an unloaded handgun was found in a school bathroom and two assault rifles with 200 rounds of ammunition were found in the home of 17-year-old Forest McCord Busby. They also arrested a 15-year-old.
Baker says authorities found no threat to the school or any plan to hurt anyone.
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