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High School on lockdown outside Camp Lejeune, student arrested for bringing gun to school

Clarence Dwyer Lamb Jr.
Clarence Dwyer Lamb Jr.(Photo: Jacksonville Department of Public Safety)

A Jacksonville High School student was arrested Tuesday for having a gun on campus.

Clarence Dwyer Lamb Jr., 17, of Jacksonville was arrested by Jacksonville Police Department and charged with having a weapon on educational property and resist, obstruct, delay of an officer, according to information from Jacksonville Department of Public safety.
He is accused of having a silver Raven Arms MP25 .25 caliber gun on the campus, according to warrants.

At approximately 8 a.m. Tuesday Jacksonville police received information about a subject with a weapon at Jacksonville High School.
The report prompted a lockdown of the school for a couple hours. An alert was sent out notifying parents that that the school was on lockdown for the safety of students. The alert indicated that all students were safe.

A second alert went out after 10 a.m. indicated the lockdown had been lifted.

Responding officers conducted an investigation that resulted in Lamb’s arrest. The incident remains under investigation.
Lamb was taken into custody and released under a $2,500 bond.
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