Commerce City police arrested an Adams City High School student Oct. 14 who brought a weapon in a backpack to school.
A Facebook post from the school's principal, Chris Garcia, said school staff took control of the weapon and that police took the student into custody immediately.
"Due to Adams City High School staff's quick and professional response, the situation was resolved with no interruption to instruction. At no time were students in danger," Garcia's post read.
This is the second time that an ACHS student has been arrested for the same incident. A student brought a handgun to class Sept. 19. The school was placed in a lockdown in that instance as well and there were no injuries reported.
"Please take this opportunity to speak with your student about the dangers of bringing a weapon of any kind to school or threatening to use a weapon," Garcia urged on Facebook. All weapons are strictly prohibited on school property with the exception of law enforcement professionals. The safety and security of our students and staff is our top priority."
Those with information about this case or other threats can call Garcia (303-289-3111), the Commerce City Police Department (303-288-1535), or Safe2Tell (877-542-7233).