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Unsubstantiated Threat to Santiago High School Lead to Increased Police Presence

Unsubstantiated Threat to Santiago High School Lead to Increased Police Presence

CORONA, Calif. – The City of Corona Police investigated the report posted to social media that included a threat to Santiago High School on Tuesday.
The police found no immediate threat to the students or staff as a result of the investigation.

The investigation, which includes the follow up on further investigation is ongoing.  Authorities are assuring parents, students, and school staff that they take these reports very seriously. The school administration is working with the police throughout the investigation.

Additional officers are remaining on site at the school just as a precaution.

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  • Santiago High School: Google Maps