Police Incident Leads To Short-lived Lockdown At Towson High
TOWSON - Towson High School briefly went into lockdown on Thursday due to police activity in the area, according to school officials.
The school was placed under lockdown around 1:06 p.m. following advisories from the police about a nearby incident. The lockdown was lifted just before 1:30 p.m., and the school resumed its regular schedule.
Additional law enforcement officers were stationed at the high school to ensure student safety during dismissal.
"The safety and security of our students, staff, and visitors continue to be a top priority as we work towards our vision of supporting all members of our learning community in thriving," Principal Kim Culbertson said in an email to parents.
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