Pasquotank school maintenance worker charged for having gun in his vehicle

A school maintenance worker in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank school district was charged with having a gun in his vehicle.



According to a press release posted to Facebook by the Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office, 53-year-old Robert Kendall White was charged with having a gun on school property; a misdemeanor.

White, who was charged and arrested on April 6, was issued a $2,500 secured bond, which he posted and was released later that day.

The press release by the Pasquotank Sheriff says their office received information that a gun was in a vehicle at the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Schools’ bus depot.

Pasquotank County deputies investigated and saw a handgun visible on the seat of White’s vehicle which was parked at the bus depot’s garage.

White is employed as a school maintenance worker, and while no student or staff were ever threatened, the press release says he was charged with a misdemeanor because he worked for the school system.


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