A 17-year old Fayette County high school student was charged with six felonies and three misdemeanors for having a 4-in switchblade in his pocket and a sword, two rifles, two handguns and some ammunition in his car on the first day of school. He was denied bond, even though he made no threats to anyone and did not display the weapons (he was searched in the principal's office on an anonymous tip). He will remain in jail at least until his preliminary hearing in September. He said he used the guns and knife for hunting and target practice. The Fayatte County DA said handguns and knives aren't used for hunting. Great way to start the school year.