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A Texas father was arrested after his 3-year-old son showed up at his San Antonio preschool with a gun in his backpack, police said. Pete Robles, 35, was taken into custody after teachers at the West Side Pre-K 4 SA center found the firearm in the stupefied student’s backpack Tuesday morning, school and law enforcement officials said in a statement.
“The boy did not know the gun was in the backpack,” Pre-K 4 SA officials noted, adding that backpacks would not be allowed on campus until further notice. Police officials said an off-duty parks officer who was providing security at the school was there to help teachers confiscate the gun and report it to San Antonio police.
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“This incident underscores the important collaboration between school faculty and law enforcement personnel,” SAPD Chief William McManus said in a statement. “Swift steps were taken to address the situation and make an arrest. There are no current threats to the safety of the school or its students.” Police said they will maintain a greater presence at the school for the foreseeable future.
The boy involved in the incident has since been taken into the custody of Child Protective Services, with Robles booked and released Wednesday on $4,500 bond. He was charged with felony child endangerment, but the SAPD said additional charges and arrests could be made while they investigate the incident.
The incident recalls the disturbing shooting of Richneck Elementary School teacher Abigail Zwerner, who was shot by a 6-year-old student in her Virginia classroom earlier this year. Unlike the Texas incident, however, the boy involved in Zwerner’s shooting appeared to be aware of her actions, allegedly gloating when she believed she had killed her teacher, according to court documents unsealed last week. .
“I did…I shot that bitch,” the pint-sized gun packer boasted, the documents show. “I got my mom’s gun last night.” So far in 2023, there have been 24 US school shootings with injuries or deaths, according to Education Week, which is actively tracking such incidents. The shootings have killed 13 people so far, including nine children and four adults.