PINCKNEY — An investigation is underway after a parent volunteer brought a holstered gun to Navigator Upper Elementary that fell to the gym floor during lunch break Friday.

A “well-known, active and active volunteer” who holds a concealed handgun license brought the gun into the building rather than leaving it in his vehicle, according to a letter sent to Pinckney Public Schools families signed by Superintendent Rick Todd and Principal Navigator Ruth Badaluk .

The holster and gun fell to the floor while the man was “engaging with students” in the school’s gymnasium, the letter said. The incident was immediately reported to Badaluk, and the father took the gun into his car.

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