SHOOTING THREAT PROMPTS DISMISSAL AT BANCROFT ELEMENTARY

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By Miriam Raftery

May 30, 2019 (Spring Valley) – A male caller, possibly a juvenile, called Bancroft Elementary School in Spring Valley at 2:44 p.m. today to state that there would be a shooting and warned the school to go on lockdown.  Staff put the school into lockdown and notified the Sheriff.

Sheriff’s deputies and California Highway Patrol officers responded.  There were no further threats or substantiation, but the school dismissed students with law enforcement present.

The threat remains under investigation, according to Sergeant Michael Hettinger with the Sheriff’s department.