Student brings training grenade to Stratford school for D-Day lesson

The mother of an 11-year-old Stratford boy has reportedly been arrested after her son brought a training grenade to school as part of a school assignment for D-Day.



The incident happened Friday at Stratford Academy Johnson House.



Officials say the World War II training grenade was immediately removed from the building and the school was on a stay put order.



The Connecticut Post reports the boy's mother Lisa Marie Migeli, 44, is facing multiple charges.


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