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Saginaw – Police say a teenager used a pellet gun to shoot out the back window of a school bus full of children.

No injuries were reported in the shooting as students were being dropped off after school on Tuesday in Saginaw.

Police Chief Bob Ruth says a 13-year-old shot out the window of the bus and then ran into a house with a group of children. Police spoke with an adult at the home who brought the children outside before the teen was arrested and taken to juvenile detention.

Ruth says a loaded pellet gun was found by police in Saginaw.

Prosecutors were expected to review the case for possible charges. The Saginaw Public School District students were taken home afterward.

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