Blame it on a crossbow in a student's car.
Now that student is accused of trying to run down the principal.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office says it happened last Friday at the Washington County Career Center.
School officials say they got a tip of something being in the 16-year-old student's car and when they searched they found the bow.
Officials say that is considered a dangerous weapon on school grounds.
Deputies say the Vincent student got mad and got in the car.
Both the assistant principal and principal stepped in front of the car to stop it when they say the teen kept going and bumped the principal.
The principal then moved out of the way and was uninjured.
The student is charged with delinquency by felonious assault.
It'll be heard in juvenile court.
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