By: Richard L. Smith
Police arrested a Trenton Central High School student after the suspect brought a loaded gun to school today.
According to Trenton Police, at approximately 1:00 p.m., police were advised of an adult student who was in possession of a firearm while attending school at 400 Chambers Street, Trenton Central High School.
Police said upon further investigation, the male was identified as Mr. Breion Crayton, 19.
School officials immediately instituted a shelter-in-place to isolate and locate Crayton.
Trenton Police said School Resource Officer Detective Munn located Crayton and a struggle ensued.
Crayton was able to break free during a struggle for his book bag, which contained a handgun and escaped custody.
Trenton Police Officers searched the immediate area and a possible address for Crayton and could not locate him at this time.
Arrest warrants for weapon offenses were issued for Crayton and the Trenton Police Department is actively attempting to locate and arrest him at this time.
If anyone has any further information on Crayton’s whereabouts contact myself [Det. Lt. Nathan B. Bolognini] or SRT Detective Sergeant David Ordille @ 609-433-7450.
Crayton should be considered armed and dangerous.
If you observe him do not approach or attempt to detain him, please instead contact the Trenton Police Department at 609-989-4000 and/or 911.
For any further information please contact:
Detective Lieutenant Nathan B. Bolognini #36 Special Operations Bureau – Violent Crimes Unit Executive Officer / Public Information Officer 609-989-4055 / 609-414-4221