CHURCH HILL, Tenn. (AP) _ A Tennessee woman has been banned from her child's school after officials say she pointed a toy gun at
students and pulled the trigger.
And now, police say she'll be facing a misdemeanor assault
The incident happened Tuesday, a day after the massacre at
Virginia Tech. The elementary school is in northeast Tennessee,
near the Virginia border.
Officials say the woman walked into her child's kindergarten
class and pointed a small western-style cap pistol directly at
students. A staffer reported hearing the clicking sounds of a
trigger several times.
The woman then left with her child and the school called police.
School officials say the woman cannot return to the school for a
year. They say she has since she has apologized, saying she hadn't
meant any harm.
If convicted, the 26-year-old woman could face up to a year in
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