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Police: Carrington College goes on lockdown due to gun threat

By Caleb J. Fernández,


The Carrington College went on lockdown Thursday morning after someone made threats of firing a gun.

Public Information Officer Frank Magos tells KGUN 9 the threats came in just after 10 a.m. He says responding officers checked the campus at 201 N. Bonita Ave. and nearby neighborhood.

Officer Magos confirms police found no evidence of a shooting. No injuries were reported either.

They have since arrested a suspect connected to the shooting. Investigators are currently looking into what led up to the threatening situation.

Caleb Fernández is a digital content producer for KGUN 9 . After earning his bachelor's degree from Penn State in Advertising/Public Relations, Caleb went to New York where he learned production assistance, photography and art direction. Share your story ideas and important issues with Caleb by emailing or by connecting on LinkedIn , Instagram , and Twitter .

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