Miles ISD Responds to Potential Active Attack Threat
SAN ANGELO, Texas – The Miles Police Department has released information regarding a potential threat of an active attack on MISD schools.
The Miles Police Department, Runnels County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Department of Public Safety and other law enforcement personnel are in the Miles ISD area today 22 September 2022.
Miles ISD works cooperatively with Miles Police and other law enforcement agencies while implementing security protocols to ensure maximum safety for students, faculty, and staff.
There are currently no attacks at Miles ISD, and parents stay informed through established notification methods.
Ty Stevens, Superintendent of Miles ISD, said: “We take every rumor of a threat seriously and have therefore contacted our local police chief, Runnels Count Sherriff, DPS, and our local wardens and put them on alert and we let’s team up with them. to ensure the safety of our students.
When asked where the rumors came from, Askins said he currently doesn’t know their origin except for the initial report that was made. Class continued as usual at MISD with the additional security protocols and additional law enforcement presence.
This is a developing story. Stay with Concho Valley Home Page for updates as more information becomes available.
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