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Students hit with pepper spray at Narbonne High School

A student at Narbonne High School was detained by Los Angeles Unified School Police on Wednesday after allegedly using pepper spray that affected as many as a dozen students.

The incident was reported on the campus in the 24300 block of S. Western Avenue about 10:45 a.m. There was no immediate information about the student being held or the circumstances that led up to the incident.


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