COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — Authorities in western Iowa say an elementary school student traded a bullet for Pokemon cards with another student on a school bus.

Titan Hill Intermediate School Principal Kent Stopak tells The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil that officials are deciding whether the second grade student will be disciplined. He says the children made the trade on Friday. The parent of the child that received the .22-caliber bullet called the school on Monday.

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Stopak says the Lewis Central Community School District considers age and intent when determining disciplinary action. He says he believes the child made an innocent mistake and no student was threatened or harmed.

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Council Bluffs Police tell WOWT-TV the law doesn’t require parents to keep children away from ammunition.

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