Montgomery County Police arrested a 16-year-old male Seneca Valley High School student for possessing a knife on school property on Wednesday morning.
The teen was arrested on school property this morning after a school resource officer called in the incident at 8:39 am this morning, according to police.
The school remains in shelter-in-place mode as a result of this incident. Police have not released any more information about the incident.
The arrest comes two days after the school was in shelter-in-place mode on Monday for a report of somebody shooting a gun at another person in the community near the school. Police responded by could not confirm that any shooting took place.