APD: Sandia HS cleared after report of a fight involving a gun
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Sandia High School went into a shelter-in-place Monday as police investigated a report of a fight possibly involving a gun.
According to Albuquerque Public Schools, a nearby business notified Albuquerque police of a safety threat at the high school. Police arrived and the school was put in a shelter-in-place throughout the noon hour as they did a walk-through.
Officers cleared the school and lifted the shelter-in-place around 1 p.m. No injuries or shots fired were reported and APS says people in the schools weren’t in danger at any time.
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