DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) -- UPDATE 1/17: A 12-year-old student accused of pointing a gun at a teacher inside North Scott Junior High in August has pleaded not guilty.
Court records show the student entered a written plea of not guilty yesterday. Court documents say the student is facing three charges; Attempted Murder, Carrying Weapons on School Grounds and Assault While Displaying a Dangerous Weapon.
Late last year it was determined the student would be tried as a youthful offender in adult court.
He'll be held in juvenile detention for the time being.
ORIGINAL 1/9: Scott County officials say the gun brought to school by a 12-year-old North Scott student back in late August belonged to his father, a convicted felon.
Scott County Sheriff Tim Lane says six additional firearms were discovered in an unlocked gun case after authorities executed a search warrant at the home of Joseph Andrews. Lane says Andrews is a convicted felon, meaning he is prohibited from owning a firearm.
Andrews has been charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
The 12-year-old student will be tried in adult court as a youthful offender on three charges - one charge of attempted murder, one charge of carrying weapons on school grounds and one charge of assault while displaying a dangerous weapon.