Gun in First Grader’s Pocket Goes Off, No One Hurt

According Wilcox County Superintendent Dr. Andre Saulsberry, a 1st grader at J.E. Hobbs Elementary in Camden brought a gun to school in his jacket pocket.

Saulsberry says the gun was accidentally discharged in a classroom.

The parents of the 6-year-old child are now are in custody. The parents are being charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The names of the child’s parents have yet to be released.

A bullet hit a wall but no one was hurt in the shooting.

Alabama News Network will have more details on the shooting as more details are revealed.

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