A Carlsbad elementary faculty went on lockdown early Wednesday morning after police acquired a report of what appeared like gunfire coming from an adjacent canyon, police stated.
In response to a message the varsity’s principal posted on-line, the varsity went on lockdown shortly after 9 a.m. after a suspicious noise was reported close to the campus, situated on Tamarack Avenue close to Wilshire Road.
“Out of an abundance of warning, I referred to as for a direct lockdown for all students and employees at Hope Elementary Faculty,” Principal Richard Tubbs stated in the message. He stated police have been contacted and responded to the varsity.
“There is a police officer on website, and presently, there isn’t a menace to any college students or employees. Instruction will proceed as normal,” Tubbs stated.
Tubbs instructed mother and father to not come to the varsity or to name the workplace so the varsity might hold the telephone strains clear.
Police Division spokeswoman Jodee Reyes stated officers have been investigating the suspicious noise. No other info was launched.
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