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UPDATE: Chopticon Student to Remain in Jail After Bringing Loaded Handgun to Basketball Game at Leonardtown High

Update 1/22/2019: Samuel “Sammy” Tony Bryant, 17, of Mechanicsville, the 17-year-old Chopticon Student who was arrested after bringing a loaded gun to Leonardtown High School on January 17, 2020 appeared in District Court in St. Mary’s County on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, for a bond hearing. At the hearing Bryant learned he will remain incarcerated at the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center where he is charged as an adult. Bryant has a court date scheduled on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Court documents say Bryant was carrying a loaded 9 mm Luger handgun with a round in the chamber in his shorts pocket, concealed under his jeans. The court document didn’t say how or where Bryant had came into possession of the handgun. 1/17/2019: On January 17, 2020, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer, Corporal Angela Delozier was working a basketball game at Leonardtown High School located at on Point Lookout Road in Leonardtown. Cpl. Delozier was alerted to suspicious activity involving a group of juveniles by staff at the game. Cpl. Delozier and staff from the St. Mary’s County Public Schools immediately moved the juveniles to a secure location away from students and spectators and began an […]

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