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Mobile police officer draws gun on students after senior prank

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Video captured by one of the students involved shows a Mobile police officer pulling a gun on students who were at Baker High School late arranging a senior prank. Video captured by one of the students involved shows a Mobile police officer pulling a gun on students who were at Baker High School late arranging a senior prank.
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MOBILE, AL - Mobile Police say an investigation is underway after video surfaced of an officer drawing his gun on a group of high school students.

The incident happened Sunday night at Baker High School. The students say they were on campus late at night setting up their senior prank, leaving a few farm animals tied up around campus.

They were leaving the school when they were confronted by police. One of the students recorded a short video of a Mobile officer approaching her car with his gun drawing yelling for her to hand over her keys.

“I think he cussed at us telling us to give the ‘effing’ keys and we just did what he said we didn’t cause any problems we weren’t out there drinking or had any weapons on us. Nothing to make him act that way toward us,” said the student who did not want to be identified.

There were about 30 students present when it happened. No one was cited or arrested.

Mobile Police have not identified the officer involved, but say an investigation is underway.
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