Police: Guardian stops intruder at Central Florida high school, had flare gun and cocaine in his possession

A guardian at a Central Florida high school confronted an intruder on Thursday, according to officials.

A spokesperson for the Lake County School District confirmed to FOX 35 News that a school guardian at Leesburg High School confronted a man he saw jump a fence and come onto campus on Thursday morning.

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They said that law enforcement was immediately called and the person was arrested.

According to an arrest report, 30-year-old Jabari Scott had a flare gun in his right waistband but it contained a 410 shotgun shell in the barrel, "ready to fire." An additional shotgun shell, nine rounds of .380 ammunition, one 9mm round, one .223 round, and one 12 gauge shotgun slug shell were also in the man's possession, investigators said.

In addition, police said that Scott had a white, powdery substance on him too, which tested positive for cocaine. It was said to be in five, small Ziploc-style bags. He also had an unidentified brown powder substance on him, which did not test positive for heroin or meth.

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The Leesburg Police Department said that Scott claimed that the items listed above were actually his little brother's and that he did not want him to get caught with them. 

No one was reportedly hurt and everyone is safe.

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