Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Canton Police continue investigating incident at Plymouth-Canton Community Schools' educational park.
Buses have left the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, the lockdown has been canceled and classes will resume for the rest of the day. "It was never an active threat," said Canton Police Sgt. Mark Gajesski, who described the police response, which included summoning the state police bomb squad. It's the second lockdown this week at the three-school campus, which includes Salem, Plymouth and Canton high schools. On Monday, classes were dismissed early after a threatening note was discovered in Salem High by a teacher. Wednesday's incident also unfolded early. But unlike Monday, students were not moving between first- and second-hour classes. The alert, issued just before 8 a.m., meant students were kept in their first-hour classes for the …
Canton Police are investigating incident, meeting with Plymouth-Canton Community Schools' administrators.
Buses have arrived at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park and so has the Canton Police Department's bomb squad. Canton Police Sgt. Mark Gajesski said the bomb squad is on scene "as a precautionary measure." It's the second time this week police have responded to a call for help from the three-school campus, which includes Salem, Plymouth and Canton high schools. On Monday, classes were dismissed early after a threatening note was discovered in Salem High by a teacher. Students are being kept in their classrooms in what is called a partial lockdown by school officials. They are in their first-hour classes. District spokesman Frank Ruggirello Jr said that police are in charge of the scene and the district will communicate with parents as …
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools educational park is in lockdown, according to police radio traffic.
Canton Police Sgt. Mark Gajeski has confirmed officers have responded to the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools for a second time this week, to investigate a possible threat. On Monday, classes at the district's three high-school campus, which includes Salem, Plymouth and Canton high schools, were dismissed early and under police supervision after a threatening note was discovered by a teacher in Salem High. Canton Police are investigating Monday's note. The district is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest related to Monday's incident. Anyone with information on Monday's incident is asked to call Canton Township's Department of Public Safety at 734-394-5400.
Police report to PCEP in response to threat, possibly from a note.
- On WXYZ-TV
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Classes have resumed for about 6,200 student at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, which includes Salem, Canton and Plymouth high schools.
Canton Police continue investigating an incident that closed the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park on Monday. One detective, Canton Police Sgt. Dave Schreiner, said tips are coming in and being examined. A threatening note, which police said may have been from a troubled student, touched off the police response the early dismissal from classes. Mainly, police are investigating the circumstances of the note, left in what Schreiner described as "a secure area" of Salem High School that is well traveled by teachers and students when school is in session. Salem is part of a three-school campus which includes Plymouth and Canton high schools, often referred to simply as the Park or P-CEP. After the note was discovered Monday morning, police were…