Law enforcement search bags after rumors circulate of knives and possibly a gun on school property; no firearms found
By Shannon Brock
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 5:05 am (Updated: May 22, 5:30 am)
Following multiple fights last week at Spencer County High School and rumors that students might bring knives and possibly a gun to school Monday, local law enforcement set up backpack and pocket checks going into the high school Monday morning.
Members of the Taylorsville Police Department, the Spencer County Sheriff’s Department and the Kentucky State Police searched backpacks and had students empty their pockets into searchable pans as they came through the front doors of the school, Taylorsville Police Chief Toby Lewis said.
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