Monroe County Controls Potential Threat, Greenbrier County Prepares With Active Shooter Training

By Bobby Bordelon

As Greenbrier County brought together teachers and first responders in order to train to handle a potential active shooter, law enforcement and school officials responded to a threat against James Monroe High School on Thursday, November 1.

Monroe County Schools made the public aware of a threat to the school that was dealt with by law enforcement before it was able to escalate.

Read more in the Friday, November 2, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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