ROSEVILLE (AP) - Four students at a Detroit-area high school have been charged after authorities say two guns were brought to the school in anticipation of an after-school fight at a park.
Roseville police say the four male students, ages 14 to 17, were charged with carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a weapon in a weapon-free school zone.
Police say a juvenile brought the guns to Roseville High School from home and distributed them among the students Friday. The guns were found in two backpacks.
According to police, the students from Roseville High School and another Macomb County high school were to meet at a Roseville park and fight. Police say there was some type of prior argument.
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