Teachers at an Ocala, Fla., school called the police because a 10-year-girl had a steak knife in the cafeteria and was using it ... to cut the steak she was eating for lunch. WKMG-TV reports that when teachers saw her using the knife in the cafeteria they confiscated it and called the Marion County Sheriff's Office. Now the girl faces a 10-day suspension along with a felony weapons charge, and school officials say they have no regrets about the way teachers handled the situation. Kevin Christian, a spokesman for Marion County Public Schools, tells The Ocala Star-Banner that his district "has zero tolerance for weapons on school grounds." Capt. James Pogue of the sheriff's office tells WFTV-TV that the response in this case was dictated by the school's policy. "But once we're notified, we have to take some type of action," Pogue tells the station. The girl's uncle, Kenneth Thomas, tells the Orlando Sentinel that she's been very upset since the deputies took her into custody Thursday at Sunrise Elementary School. "We do understand there needs to be measures taken to make sure people don't come to school with weapons in light of what has happened at schools over the past years," he tells The Ledger. "But she's a really good kid. She was crying her eyes out."