Weapons Seizures Up At Pha. Middle, Lower Schools

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Nearly 1,100 weapons were confiscated in or near Philadelphia’s public schools this year – up 12 percent over last year, says the Philadelphia Inaquirer. Knives and other cutting instruments accounted for the bulk of that increase – 914 this year, compared with 795 last year. Fifteen firearms were confiscated, up from 12 last year. Paul
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