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Metal detectors were not operational the day an Alabama high schooler was fatally, the school superintendent said Thursday.
The shooter, who has not been identified, killed 17-year-old Huffman High School student Courtlin Arrington and injured another 17-year-old student in Birmingham, Ala., the Associated Press reported. Police arrested a “person of interest” Thursday.
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“Yesterday, although we have metal detectors here in Huffman High School, our metal detectors were not in use,” Birmingham City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring said.
The new information regarding the metal detectors contradicts an earlier statement from Birmingham interim Police Chief Orlando Wilson.
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Arrington was a smart and well-liked student who “was lost to senseless gun violence,” Herring said. Huffman High School contained 43 entrances and used stationary and wand metal detectors, the superintendent said.
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