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Harrah, Okla. – Oklahoma County Bomb Squad was busy at Harrah Middle School Monday morning after a student brought bullets to class.
The child brought three bullets. He did not bring a gun, but it was one bullet in particular that caught the attention of the School District’s Safety Director.
It was a .50 caliber bullet.
“I wouldn’t want my kids around it,” said Helen Tolbert.
A feeling shared by Safety Director Phil Stewart.
“I wanted it out of the building,” said Stewart.
A former marine and former police officer, Stewart knows these .50 calibers are some of the most powerful available to the public. The bullets are fit for a large sniper rifle. They can shoot something from a milie away. He says the bullet the child brought in looked to him like WWII era ammo. So, he called the bomb squad.
“If anything you would…
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