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Note, Cell Phone Prompt School Security Increase

KSAL Staff - April 17, 2014 11:59 am

US teachers nowhere as diverse as their students

US teachers nowhere as diverse as their students

A note and a damaged cell phone prompt increased security at a Salina School.

According to Salina Police, on Tuesday a note was found by a school staff member at Central High School, 650 E. Crawford. The note gave a vague description that there will be violence committed in the school.

The next day, a cell phone was found in one of the school offices that appeared to have been shot with a firearm.

The school has increased its security and is working closely with the Salina Police Department.

There will be increased police presence, school walk-throughs, and officials will be monitoring access to the building.

The school remains open for normal business.

Police encourage anyone with information to contact the Salina Police Department, Salina school officials or Crimestoppers at 785-825-8477.

Kim Fairbanks

April 17, 2014 at 12:24 pm

And they couldn’t tell us this??? Just said “general threat”, which could mean anything! Honestly, with everything that’s going on, please just be open with us!

Edward Ingram

April 18, 2014 at 10:28 am

I agree with Kim. Leaving it open leads to terrible wanderings of imagination. It’s far better to know what they are dealing with.

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