KENDRICK, Idaho — Latah County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Kendrick, Idaho man for allegedly bringing a hunting rifle to a Kendrick High School parking lot.

According to the Latah County Sheriff's Office, deputies arrested 57-year-old Tony Lee Shipman at his house in Kendrick on Friday morning. He has been charged a misdemeanor count of possessing weapons or firearms on school property. He is in the Latah County Jail on $5,000 bond, according to the LCSO.

The charge stems from an incident in which Shipman allegedly was seen moving a hunting rifle from the passenger side of his vehicle to his trunk, according to police. No students or staff members were threatened.

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