Lockout lifted a Cottonwood High School
MURRAY, Utah – The Granite School District said Cottonwood High School was placed on Lockout Friday after shots were reported in the area.
The lockout was put into place at approximately 10 a.m. It was lifted about an hour later.
A notification said classes operated normally inside the building but visitors were not allowed on campus until the lockout was over.
Murray Police Officers responded to the call for shots fired. A tweet said witnesses told police that they saw some people running toward Cottonwood High.
Cottonwood High has been placed on a lockout protocol by law enforcement as they attempt to locate a suspect in the area. School is proceeding as normal inside the building. Visitors will not be allowed on campus until the protocol is lifted. pic.twitter.com/R7vS6SLHLc
— Granite School Dist. (@GraniteSchools) September 9, 2022
Police said it was an isolated incident that did not happen on campus.
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