THIS HORRIFIC FIRE. A CHAMBERSBURG MAN IS CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL TRESPASS AND POSSESSING A WEAPON ON SCHOOL GROUNDS AFTER STATE POLICE SAY HE TRIED TO POSE AS A STUDENT THAT JAMES BUCHANAN HIGH SCHOOL POLICE SAY 23 YEAR OLD DEVIN JEFFREY REED BOARDED A BUS YESTERDAY MORNING CLAIMING TO BE A NEWLY ENROLLED STUDENT. UPON ARRIVAL AT THE SCHOOL, FACULTY NOTICED HE WAS NOT A STUDENT THERE AND CONTACTED STATE POLICE. REED CONFESSED TO POLICE, SAYING HE WAS HIGHLY INTOXICATED AND DECIDED HE WOULD TRY TO POSE AS A STUDENT. POLICE SAY REED HAD A BACKPACK ON HIM WITH

Man charged after posing as highschool scholar in Pennsylvania

A 23-year-old man has been charged after police stated he tried to faux to be a scholar in a Pennsylvania college district.Pennsylvania State Police stated Devin Reed bought onto a college bus Wednesday morning after claiming to be a newly-enrolled scholar at a highschool in Mercersburg, close to the Pennsylvania-Maryland line.Upon arrival on the college, school seen he was not a scholar there and contacted state police.Court paperwork allege Reed confessed to police. Troopers stated he advised them he was extremely intoxicated and determined he would attempt to pose as a scholar.Reed had a backpack on him with a handgun, ammunition and several other alcoholic drinks, state police stated. The objects weren’t displayed on the bus or on the college, the varsity district superintendent stated, and Reed did not make any threatening statements.He is charged with felony trespass and possessing a weapon on college grounds.

A 23-year-old man has been charged after police stated he tried to faux to be a scholar in a Pennsylvania college district.

Pennsylvania State Police stated Devin Reed bought onto a college bus Wednesday morning after claiming to be a newly-enrolled scholar at a highschool in Mercersburg, close to the Pennsylvania-Maryland line.

Upon arrival on the college, school seen he was not a scholar there and contacted state police.

Court paperwork allege Reed confessed to police. Troopers stated he advised them he was extremely intoxicated and determined he would attempt to pose as a scholar.

Reed had a backpack on him with a handgun, ammunition and several other alcoholic drinks, state police stated. The objects weren’t displayed on the bus or on the college, the varsity district superintendent stated, and Reed did not make any threatening statements.

He is charged with felony trespass and possessing a weapon on college grounds.