Yuma, Ariz. – These days the Crane College District discovered of a prospective gun threat at Crane Middle College.
Tonight Crane Public Relations Coordinator, Mario Hogue, sent out this e-mail to parents:
“Excellent evening –
An significant message to parents, students and employees: These days, Wednesday, October 23, 2019, at the release of college students reported a prospective college threat to Crane Middle College administration. The information and facts was then reported to the College Resource Officer and Yuma Police Division. Yuma Police Division is actively investigating the prospective college threat to ascertain viability.
The information and facts presently supplied to Crane College District and Yuma Police Division has been unable to be determined or substantiated. To assure campus security and safety – Yuma Police Division will be onsite all through the day at Crane Middle College. The security, safety and wellbeing of our students and employees are prime-priority, all threats are taken seriously and will be processed primarily based on the district’s policies and procedures. You will get the most up-to-date information and facts as it is produced offered.
Yuma Police Division is presently investigating the prospective threat.”
KYMA’s Crystal Jimenez will be at Crane Middle College Thursday morning to bring you the most recent developments on this case. Tune in to Sunrise at six a.m. for her reports.