South Bend Riley High School addresses a threat made against the school
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- South Bend Riley High School Principal Shawn Henderson announced that there will be extra precautions on campus on Thursday after being made aware on of a threat that was made against the school on social media.
The principal says that the threat made on social media against Riley High School has been turned over to the South Bend Police Department as evidence. The department is currently investigating this threat.
Principal Henderson announced that Riley High School will have extra security measures on campus Thursday in the form of extra police officers to ensure student and staff safety.
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