FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - A Northrop High School student accused of shooting a gun at a bus stop is now facing charges.
Krystopher Acoff, 18, is facing possession of a gun on school property and criminal recklessness charges.
FOX 55 reported about the incident back in February.
Police said they saw Acoff partially pull out a gun from surveillance cameras on the bus before he got off .
Acoff is accused of shooting the gun shortly after that.
There is a warrant out for Acoff's arrest.
Fort Wayne Community Schools it can't provide information about his status as a student.
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