A dispute over a t-shirt between a West Virginia school and a student has led to an arrest.

FOX News Radio's Pam Puso has the story:

After serving a one-day suspension for refusing to remove a t-shirt with the NRA logo and a hunting rifle on it, middle school student Jared Marcum was back in a Logan, West Virginia classroom Monday with the same shirt on his back.

(Marcum) "People are saying that I did the right thing. That they're proud."

The 14-year-old was arrested Thursday. Charges have yet to be filed.

(Marcum) "They gave me no paperwork. All they said to my mother was not to bring me back to school the next day."

Marcum's attorney says the teen was exercising his right to free speech. He says the school maintains his client was disruptive.

Pam Puso, FOX News Radio.

Editor's Note: Marcum has said that he was arrested on charges of disrupting an educational process and obstructing an officer. The teen's lawyer said Monday that the Logan County prosecutor's office is reviewing the case to decide whether to proceed.