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Incident near schools cause Pleasant Hill 'lock-ins'

School: All students safe

 

March 7, 2019

On Friday, March 8, a lock-in was performed at Pleasant Hill elementary and high schools.

According to the release issued by the District, law enforcement was investigating a possible incident at a residence near the schools.

"In an abundance of caution, we kept all students indoors," the release states.

Students remained in lock-in mode from 11:05 until 11:55, at which point law enforcement okayed the school district to return to normal operations. All students remained safe during this incident.

No other information was released, including the nature of the incident that was being investigated.

The date of this incident initially appeared with the incorrect date. It has been corrected.

Author Bio

Erin Tierney, Editor

Erin Tierney is the the editor of The Creswell Chronicle. A '14 graduate of Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, she earned a bachelor’s degree in English-Writing, and was the editor-in-chief for her college newspaper, The Eagle Eye. Tierney was previously the associate editor at The Express - Lock Haven, before relocating to the Pacific Northwest in July 2016.

 
 

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