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Weymouth second-grader brought ‘inert’ grenade to school, police say

Police said a second-grade student brought an inert hand grenade to the Frederick C. Murphy Primary School in Weymouth Thursday morning.

Local police and fire officials determined that the grenade had been hollowed out and was not dangerous, but “out of an abundance of caution” called in the State Police Bomb Squad, said Police Captain Richard Fuller.

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