Teen who brought gun to West Ottawa school sentenced

Davian Weston, right, in court, 10/2/18

GRAND HAVEN, Mich. — A teen who brought a gun to West Ottawa High School last year was sentenced Monday.

Davian Weston was sentenced to 239 days in jail and two years of probation, with credit for 239 days already served.

He was facing charges of carrying a concealed weapon, possessing a weapon in a school zone and receiving and concealing a stolen firearm for bringing the gun to West Ottawa High School on Sept. 13.

Weston was arrested again the following week for threatening the person who turned him in.

he isn’t allowed back at the school.

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5 comments

  • steve

    You’ll see Mommy’s Boy again in the future. However, for him and his laughing mother,this time probation won’t be an option.

    • Stacy puente

      Really Steve?? I was laughing?? If your referring to the video of me picking my son up from jail I wasnt laughing, I was smiling as any mother or father would if they were happy to see their child, especially coming out of an adult jail!! Look my son is a good kid and I know hes not perfect but NEITHER are you or anyone else on earth!! Go be a bully somewhere else!

        • Stacy puente

          Maybe someone should keep you on a leash! No one knows anything about my son, all u go by is one stupid comment the news showed and they didnt even show it all, like how he apologized to all the students and parents. Know your facts before you open your mouth, have some respect! I’m sure your a grown ass man and your over here being a worse person by belittling a child shame on you!

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