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say Perrin acted suspicious from the moment he was spotted by a CPCC campus
security officer in a school parking lot.
the officer approached him, Perrin allegedly asked where the admissions office
was and began talking about school shootings.
official asked if he could see inside the young man's car which is parked here
in the campus parking lot, upon that search found weapons in his vehicle,"
said Jeff Lowrance, a spokesperson with CPCC.
was arrested on campus. It's illegal to have a gun on school property. Campus
officials immediately sent out an email blast alerting students.
want our folks to continue to be vigilant as they look and make sure that
they're aware if they see anything unusual," said Lowrance.
don't return from break until Thursday, so many students WBTV talked to hadn't
heard about the incident.
never know what could happen, but I'm glad they got him because it shows that
people are actually doing their job and actually care about the safety of the
students," said Joshua Leavy, a student.
be looking at people a little more carefully now and it makes me really alert
of my surroundings and everything," said Kevin Nguyen, a student.