Abilene’s NBC affiliate reports:
A 3rd grader in Rising Star found a gun the superintendent left in a school bathroom. Superintendent Robby Stuteville confirms the 3rd grader found the gun back in January and notified a teacher immediately without moving or touching the weapon.
Stuteville walked KTAB and KRBC through the incident, explaining that both he and the school principal open carry on campus. When he was using the restroom, Stuteville says he took the gun off and placed it in a stall, where it was then left unattended for around 15 minutes until it was found by the student.
“There was never a danger other than the obvious,” Stuteville claimed. He then went on to say he was “proud” of the student and commended his behavior after finding the firearm.
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I’ll spare you the time: No, psychotic Superintendent Robby Stuteville was NOT shot with his own gun that he just plum forgot and left in the bathroom. And he insists there was never any danger “other than the obvious” (that danger being, of course, HIM) https://t.co/mEkn0DGSbH
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) February 18, 2023