2012-06-26 at 13:02
Former principal given fine, probation for crossing border with Airsoft guns
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A former Thunder Bay high school principal received a fine and probation after being charged with smuggling replica firearms at the Pigeon River border.
Rowan Seymour, 52, was fined $5,000 and was also given 12 months probation.
The incident took place last June when eight Airsoft replica firearms and four replica magazines were discovered by border officials and confiscated.
Seymour was the principal at Churchill High School at the time.
He is no longer employed by the Lakehead school board.
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(Thunder Bay Television)
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