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3 teens facing weapons charges following incident at Campbell Collegiate

The Regina Police Service have charged three boys for weapons charges following an incident that took place Friday night at a Regina high school.
The Regina Police Service have charged three boys for weapons charges following an incident that took place Friday night at a Regina high school. Dave Parsons / Global News

The Regina Police Service says three teens are facing weapons charges following an incident at a Regina high school.

Police say they received a report of a group of boys who were believed to be in possession of weapons, including a firearm and a knife, at Campbell Collegiate on Friday evening.

Officers arrested two 15-year-olds and two 14-year-old boys at the school during a provincial wrestling championship event, according to police.

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Police say the teens, who do not attend Campbell Collegiate, were carrying a pellet gun and two hunting knives.

There were no altercations or injuries reported during the arrests, police say.

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According to police, one of the 14-year-olds was released without being charged.