All clear given at Princeton High School, active shooter report is false

Police have made things clear at Princeton High School after the school was shut down over a report from an active gunman who, according to the Sharonville Police Department, turned out to be a hoax. The call came in around 10 a.m. Sharonville Police said they were sent for a report of an active gunman and said it appears to be a hoax at this point. Students ridden by bus will be taken from the school to their normal drop-off locations. Students picked up by their parents will be taken to Vineyard Church. Students driven to school are sent to their cars. Princeton Community Middle School will follow the same procedures after the high school students are fired. Police are asking people to continue to avoid the area as there is still a lot of police around. Nearby schools were also locked while police investigated. Those lockdowns have been lifted. In a release, Princeton High School said inaccurate information, hoaxes and a spate of threats are happening across the country. The school said they are working on local law enforcement and appreciate the prompt response from law enforcement officers from across the region.

Police have made things clear at Princeton High School after the school was shut down over a report from an active gunman who, according to the Sharonville Police Department, turned out to be a hoax.

The call came in around 10am

Sharonville Police said they were sent for a report of an active gunman and said it appears to be a hoax at this point.

Students who have ridden the bus will be taken from the school to their normal drop-off locations.

Students picked up by parents will be taken to Vineyard Church.

Pupils who have driven to school by car are sent to their car.

Princeton Community Middle School will follow the same procedures after the high school students are fired.

Police are asking people to continue to avoid the area as there is still a lot of police around.

Nearby schools were also locked while police investigated. Those lockdowns have been lifted.

In a release, Princeton High School said inaccurate information, hoaxes and a spate of threats are happening across the country. The school said they are working on local law enforcement and appreciate the prompt response from law enforcement officers from across the region.

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