RALEIGH (WTVD) -- The Raleigh Police Department says a gun and ammunition was found at Millbrook High School Thursday morning.
According to a letter sent to parents from Millbrook High School's principal, two students alerted a school administrator about another student having a gun.
The 14-year-old student was found in a classroom and the gun and ammunition were confiscated without incident.
Police said three students had been in possession of the gun before it was confiscated. The 14-year-old faces charges in juvenile court. Franklin Mauricio Castillo-Diaz and Elsy Nohemy Diaz-Quintanilla, both 17, are charged with having a firearm on school property. Castillo-Diaz is also charged with contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.
Principal Dana King said there was never a threat of harm to anyone.
School administration and WCPSS Security staff are investigating to determine violations of school board policy, which could result in a suspension up to 365 days.