Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Having Knife, Brass Knuckles At Cobb High School

High school senior jailed, kicked out of school and may lose Army dream because of pocket knife in car

According to arrest warrant, Nicholas Ray Kelley entered the campus of South Cobb High School on March 21 carrying knife with a 3-inch long black metal blade and brass knuckles. Authorities also found less than an ounce of marijuana inside his coat pocket. The brass knuckles were discovered during a pat down. Authorities said Kelley was not a student at the school. It was unclear why he was at the school.
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Student suspended after finding knife in pocket, said parent.

They said the child uses the knife to dig holes and carve wood but nothing harmful. “I turned the jacket upside down and the knife fell out” said Brent. “I handed it straight to the teacher and said I didn’t want anything to do with the knife.” School officials informed Brent’s mom that her son would be suspended for 10 days and could face expulsion. Schools officials said they can not discuss details of the incident because it is a student personnel issue. In the past, the Alleghany County School System has experienced cases where students had weapons in school. Jan Hobbs, Alleghany County Schools Director of Human Resources and Pupil Personnel, said cases are handle according to school board policy. In general, the Alleghany County school policy states that the school board can expel a student for at least one year for having a knife or other weapon.
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This case is no different. The enrollment agreement with the school, which includes the student handbook, outlines conduct of both parties something that is fully agreed to by the student prior to enrollment. A couple of interesting point arise from this case. Pages 24 and 25 of the A-Tech student handbook outline the schools weapon policy. The policy clearly outlines both what weapons are forbidden and what the punishment would be for breaking the rules. An interesting side note is added into the handbook, stating: Items or instruments that are required for a career-technical program will be usedonly when under the supervision of the career-technical instructor and must remain in the career-technical (trade) area. Even if Wiser needed his knife for the EMT program, he was not following school policy on the proper storage of the equipment.
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Jordan Wiser, a student at Ashtabula County Technical School in Jefferson, is finishing up his senior year from home after school officials searched his car in December and found the folding knife and an Airsoft gun. School officials called police, who charged him with illegal conveyance of a weapon onto a school ground based on the three-inch knife. I declined to allow them to search myself or my car and that I wanted to talk to my lawyer or my father, Wiser told FoxNews.com. They told me it wasnt an option. Wiser, an EMT trainee who hopes to become both a police officer and a soldier, spent 13 days in the Ashtabula County Jail following the incident. The knife, which Wiser said is part of his first responder’s kit and can be used for slicing an accident victim’s seatbelt, was found tucked inside his EMT medical vest in the trunk of the car. The Airsoft gun, which fires non-lethal pellets, was not illegal and was used by Wiser in a shooting club he belongs to, he said.
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