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Charlton Porter

Charlton Porter, 17, is accused of trying to walk into L.B. Landry High School with a 9mm handgun carrying more than 30 bullets inside of an extended magazine. (PHOTO CREDIT:

Charlton Porter,  17, walked into L.B. Landry High School in Algiers, Louisiana  Tuesday morning with a loaded 9mm pistol carrying a total of 34 rounds of ammunition, reports

 Authorities were alerted to the situation after guards at the school’s security checkpoint noticed a “huge” bulge in Porter’s waistband.

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Charlton Porter showed up at a security checkpoint at Landry about 8:30 a.m., and guards at the school at 1200 L.B. Landry Ave. noticed a bulge in the youth’s front waistband, according to police. The security officers stopped Porter, patted him down and discovered a 9mm Ruger-brand handgun holding a total of 34 rounds of ammunition, court documents allege.

The security officers confiscated the weapon, detained Porter and called the New Orleans Police Department. After learning that the Ruger was reported stolen in March 2012, NOPD booked Porter with illegal possession of a firearm at school, possession of a firearm in a firearm-free zone, and first-offense illegal possession of stolen firearms, documents indicate.

Porter’s bail was set at $50,000.

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