A Bronx elementary school was placed under lockdown Tuesday morning after rumors of a student carrying a gun surfaced.
Authorities went into lockdown mode after a faculty member at Public School 4 in Crotona Park overheard a conversation between two students, with one telling the other about the alleged weapon.
Police arrived only to discover the weapon was actually a Nerf toy gun.
They then gave school officials the "all clear."
Earlier in January, Deborah Farley was arrested after her 7-year-old son brought a handgun to his Queens school.
After hearing of a gun in the school, officials quickly put the school into a lockdown. They later discovered a loaded .22-caliber gun and an orange flare gun in Farley's son's backpack.