The Pitt County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report that a woman pulled out a gun during a shouting match as they dropped kids off at school.
Christy Wallace, the Public Information Officer for the Pitt County Sheriff's Office, says a report was filed Wednesday about the alleged incident Tuesday morning at G.R. Whitfield School in Grimesland.
Wallace says deputies are reviewing the report filed by Iaeacha Clinton, who says she was dropping her child off at school Tuesday when she ended up in a shouting match with another woman. Clinton says the woman was blocking the dropoff lane with her car. A shouting match between the two women ensued, and Clinton says the other woman pulled out a gun.
The name of woman Clinton says had a gun was not included in the report.
Wallace said the deputy assigned to the case has interviewed a possible suspect and a witness.
No charges have been filed. Wallace says, depending on what the investigation reveals, the woman with the gun could face charges that include assault by pointing a gun and possession of a weapon on school property.