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A 14-year-old boy will face the ACT Children’s Court next month after he was reported loitering with a knife in Kambah.
Police found him with a spring-loaded folding knife, a large hunting knife, a clown mask, baclava and drug paraphernalia in his pocket and backpack.
Police arrived at Jenke Circuit at 11.10am yesterday after reports that the boy was seen entering a shop, hiding a knife.
The teenager has been arrested and charged with providing a false name and address, as well as, two counts of possessing a knife without reasonable excuse.
He will face the ACT Children’s Court on November 21.
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