• BHS resumes classes after morning lockdown

    September 17, 2012 No comments

    Brownsburg High School was put under lockdown this morning after an incident that sent police to the school.

    Police officers were sent to the school after a student was reportedly attacked.

    The school was under “soft lockdown” during investigation. At one point, the school was on hard lockdown, which meant students had to stay in their classrooms.

    The Brownsburg Police say that after questioning a student and investigating security cameras, there is no indication that a student was attacked. Brownsburg Community Schools Spokesperson Donna Petraits said in a release that the students were never in any danger as this was a “single student incident.”

    Police say the student entered a school bathroom at 8:45 a.m. At 8:50 a.m., the student exited the bathroom and fell to the floor. The student was taken to Methodist Hospital for a swollen left eye, four cuts on the face, and one cut on the lower back.

    The school says they are pursuing false informing charges against the student.

    The lockdown at Brownsburg High School has been released and classes have resumed.


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