Four teens arrested, gun recovered at Granby High School

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Norfolk, Va. – Four teens were arrested in a Granby High School faculty parking lot this morning after allegedly pointing a gun near a school bus stop.

Police were initially called at 6:55am about several people in a silver Nissan with a gun near a school bus stop at the corner of Goff and Freemont.

The Granby High School Resource Officer heard a broadcast of the Nissan’s description and later saw the car in a faculty parking lot at the school.

The officer stopped the car and detained the four male teens inside without incident. None of the four were students at the school.

A handgun was found inside the car.

18-year-old Jayvon Reap, 18-year-old Karon Sykes and a 17-year-old juvenile were all charged with trespassing on school property and released Granby High School Resource Officer.

The fourth person in the car, another 17-year-old, was charged with: Possession of Weapon on School Grounds, Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon, Possession of Firearm Underage, Brandishing a Firearm. Trespassing on School Property, Driving without a License.

He will be held in the Norfolk Detention Center.

1 Comment

  • Jill lindsay

    Great work on the part of the Resourse Officer,
    I live close to Granby High and drop a child at
    Granby Elementary each day. Safety is extremely
    Important to me, Bravo Zulu for a job well done.

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