A student at South Pointe High School has been charged with carrying three assault rifles and a handgun in his vehicle on school property, according to a Rock Hill police report.
Demarion McCrorey, 18, was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon on school property, a report says.
Detectives were at South Pointe High School in Rock Hill on Friday, investigating an unrelated shooting incident that did not happen at the school, according to a police report.
During the investigation, the investigators learned that McCrorey had been at Northwestern High School after a late basketball game on Dec. 1, and that he had a .223-assault rifle in the trunk of his car while on school property, according to the report.
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Detectives searched McCrorey’s car, which was parked on South Pointe High School property Friday, and found three assault rifles and a handgun, according to the report.
Police took McCrorey into custody at South Pointe, the report said. The investigation is continuing. Further details on the case were not available.