Maple Hill Jr./Sr. High School Lockdown Investigations – Police in Albany, NY., are responding to the claims of an active shooter at the Maple Hill Jr./Sr. High School Thursday. According to reports, the school campus located at 1216 Maple Hill Rd, Castleton-On-Hudson, NY. has been placed on a hard lockdown as officials arrive at the scene for active investigations. We are also getting reports of various other school campuses on lockdown. The East Greenbush Central School District announced that a lockdown has been imposed on all their campuses;
All East Greenbush CSD schools are currently in lockdown as a precaution as advised by law enforcement. According to law enforcement, there have been threats made against multiple school districts in our area. We have been in contact with law enforcement and they advised us to remain in a lockdown until further notice. Our school staff are following lockdown procedures. The presence of law enforcement is being increased at all of our schools as a precaution. At this time, all school campuses are closed. Parents should not go to schools until further notice. More info will be sent to you as it becomes available. All updates will be posted on our website at egcsd.org and sent as notifications to staff and parents.
Troy High School in Troy, NY has also been placed on lockdown, Troy Police announced.
The Troy Police Department is on the scene of a reported incident at Troy High/Middle School. An anonymous caller reported an active shooting incident. THERE HAS BEEN NO CONFIRMED SHOTS FIRED AT THIS TIME. ALL STUDENTS AND STAFF ARE SAFE.
There will be a large police presence at the school while we investigate. Multiple area schools have received similar reports.
Troy City School District administration is partnered with our School Resource Officers handling the operations within the buildings. The schools are currently in “hold-in-place” where students/staff are safely staying in their respective classrooms while police investigate. Troy NY Police.
Among other schools on lockdown are the;
- Horace Greeley High School
- Pleasantville high school
- Putnam Valley High School
- Gorton high school
- Plattsburgh High School
ALSO READ; Glynn County Police Department Continues Investigation into St. Simons Island Party
The Glynn County Police Department (GCPD) is still looking into a minors-involved incident that happened on Tuesday, March 21. Southeast Georgia Health Center informed GCPD that a person had been brought in who was quite intoxicated. At around 10:40 p.m., patrol officers visited the hospital. According to the hospital, three young people pulled up to the emergency room and informed the staff that there was a person inside the car they wanted to bring in. After registering their names with the ER, the three minors requested hospital employees if they might leave before GCPD arrived, and then they left the facility.
The Criminal Investigation Division was contacted to help with the inquiry after a situational analysis. Trenton Lehrkamp, a 19-year-old man, was identified by CID as the victim. Police observed no outward evidence of injuries on the person, but they did note the presence of spray paint. Due to a severe level of drunkenness brought on by a combination of alcohol and controlled substances, Lehrkamp was receiving treatment.
Detectives executed a search warrant at a home on St. Simons Island where the event had taken place early on Wednesday, March 22. In connection with this investigation, many pieces of evidence were gathered and recorded. On March 22nd, further search warrants were also issued in order to obtain more data. Police have spoken with a number of young people connected to the incident and are still interviewing other people. Detectives have found that the recordings that have appeared on social media are really of a previous event involving the victim and have nothing to do with the current incident.
Detectives were able to speak with the victim at the hospital on Sunday, March 26. He made a statement on what happened on the evening of Tuesday, March 21 while alert and conscious. The victim’s family and the GCPD have the victim’s full cooperation in this investigation. Regarding this inquiry, GCPD has consulted with the Glynn County Sheriff’s Office, the Georgia Bureau of Investigations, and the Glynn County District Attorney. O’Neal Jackson, the interim police chief, appeals to any residents with additional information to come forward or get in touch with the Glynn County Police Department. With the Silent Witness program, you can do this over the phone or via email. 9[email protected]; Quiet Witness, 912-264-1333.
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