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Multiple police departments in Ohio responded to calls reporting lively university shooters Friday, alarming parents, students and staff members.
Active shooters were claimed at Catholic Central High University in Springfield, Belmont High Faculty in Dayton, Princeton High School in Hamilton County and Licking Valley Nearby Faculties in Newark Friday morning.
None of the phone calls seemed to be legitimate, on the other hand.
“Authorities imagine it was a hoax. Police described this prank contact also came in about non-DPS educational institutions,” Dayton Public Educational institutions officials said in a assertion.
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“The Dayton Police Division is knowledgeable of the pattern for these varieties of untrue alarms and will be investigating the incident and making an attempt to determine the unidentified caller,” the town of Dayton reported.
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“Absolutely everyone is protected,” the Dayton Law enforcement Department certain the community.
Springfield Law enforcement confirmed they also been given a identical contact.
“Springfield Police have received a call of an lively shooter at Catholic Central Substantial College. This is a phony contact. Dayton has received a related connect with, which has also proved to be phony,” officers said in a press release.
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All four studies had been afterwards decided to be hoaxes. No accidents were being documented and no shots ended up fired.