A parent was shot by an officer after she brought a handgun to an Atlanta high school and waved it at students on March 30, Georgia police said.
The armed parent arrived on the Booker T. Washington High School campus after a fight broke out among students after school, a statement from Atlanta Public Schools said.
The parent, a 30-year-old mother carrying a handgun, arrived on campus around 4:17 p.m. and became involved in an argument, according to a statement from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
The mother was shot in the hand, APS reported, and she was treated on the scene by paramedics. Her injuries were non-life-threatening, and she was reported to be in stable condition, according to the GBI.
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