Students threaten at Susquehannock High School

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Southern Regional Police have stepped up security at Susquehannock High School after graffiti is discovered on a bathroom partition threatening three male students. Regional Police will have an added security presence in the high school and campuses.

According to school superintendent, Dr. Thomas Hensley, “because the safety of our children and staff is our highest priority, we are taking this incident seriously and sharing the information with our parents and guardians.”

Southern Region Police Chief James Boddington says although the incident is likely a hoax, it will be fully investigated to determine who is responsible. Anyone who may have information o the case can contact Southern Regional Police at (717) 235-3944 or (717) 840-2971 or their confidential tip line on their website.


1 Comment

  • MyTakeOnIt

    No camera surveillance of entry and exit to the restroom in question in this day and age of school violence?

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