Man arrested at Blythewood High School after deputies find stolen gun, drugs

BLYTHEWOOD – A man was arrested after entering Blythewood High School Tuesday morning about 9 a.m., telling the school resource officer that he wanted to speak to the students, according to an incident report.

After talking with Jarelle Trevor Woodhouse, 29, an officer on duty at the school recognized him as having visited other Richland Two schools recently, uninvited.

After escorting Woodhouse to his car, the officer found a stolen, loaded hand gun and drugs in the car.

Woodhouse was arrested and charged with possession of stolen weapon, weapon on school property and a narcotics violation.

Woodhouse was arrested and taken to the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center.

The school district notified parents of the incident later on Tuesday.

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