The Union-Endicott high school went into lock down this afternoon after an intruder entered the building. The school entered the emergency phase during the noon-hour. Dr. Suzanne McLeod is the school superintendent. She said that at 12:20 p.m., a lock down was ordered due to a potential threat. One suspect is in custody, another is being interviewed, and a thorough search was completed. The lock down ended by 2:10 PM, and normal school activities were resumed, including all scheduled after school activities. McLeod stressed that all students are safe. Numerous police agencies were on scene but have not issued an official statement as of this post.
Here is the original 1:15 PM statement from the Union-Endicott School Superintendent:
Here is the UPDATED 2:10 PM statement from the Union-Endicott School Superintendent:
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