Hill Elementary Arlington, TX Lockdown – After a brief lockdown, the police were able to cease their pursuit after a pickup truck crashed onto the Arlington High School grounds. On a Friday afternoon, UT Arlington police were apparently chasing a white pickup truck that crashed into a boundary sign. The Arlington Independent School District made the announcement in a statement. School administrators were told to implement a lockdown at 12:21 p.m. by police from the Arlington Police Department who were assisting with the manhunt. At least one firearm was discovered at the scene, and two individuals have been apprehended.
Both of the persons under suspicion are not students at AISD. A full evacuation of students and faculty from lockdown areas commenced at 1:00 p.m., initiated by security and police personnel on campus. The lockdown ended at 1:51 on a Friday afternoon. Arlington High School went into temporary lockdown after receiving a threatening phone call. Arlington High School temporarily went into lockdown on Monday after receiving a threatening phone call. The school went into lockdown at about 1:34 in the afternoon, and a search was undertaken by authorities both inside and outside the facility.
The inquiry conducted by the Arlington Police Department reportedly turned up no credible threats. When the high school students were finally allowed to leave school, they were freed from their classrooms one by one. By 3 o’clock in the afternoon, everyone had been released go. No details have emerged about any arrests being made in relation to the threats.
A Game of Poker in ChatAnxiety and Extra Security at Arlington High School After a Threatening Phone CallOn a Monday like any other, Arlington High School received a threatening phone call and went into lockdown for a short time. Because of this, everyone at school had to be on edge and pay closer attention than usual. At at 1:34 p.m., an incident occurred that sent waves of panic across the student body.