Highline Public Schools spokeswoman Catherine Carbone Rogers tells KING a grandmother at a bus stop Friday morning thought she saw a student with the weapon and called school officials, who called police.
Officers stopped and searched the bus. They found the stun gun and took a student into custody.
No one was injured.
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