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Lebanon (AP) — Parents in Lebanon say they're upset because they weren't told a student brought a gun to the town's elementary school until two days after the incident.
Parents say they got a letter in the mail Thursday from the school superintendent saying a student brought a gun aboard a bus and to Lebanon Elementary School on Tuesday, but no one was ever in danger because the gun was inoperable.
The father of a 4-year-old girl told WVIT-TV that the boy threatened his daughter with the gun on the bus ride home Tuesday afternoon, meaning he had the weapon all day.
School officials declined to answer questions about the incident Thursday.
No arrests have been announced. State police are investigating.