Medina County Sheriff Says Career Center Safe After Non-Creditable Threat

Medina County - This morning around At 7:20, The Career center received a threatening phone call from a man with a 'computer-altered voice at its switchboard operator.

Medina County Sheriff's Office and The Medina City Police Department made their way to the Career Center.

Medina County Sheriff's Deputy Mike Snider was able to talk to the caller again and questioned the caller about basic facts regarding the school. Still, the caller again was unable to give facts regarding the school.


The Medina County Sheriff's Office responded by providing the district with a heightened police presence.

The Medina City Police Department investigated the school grounds and evaluated the cameras. A Police K-9 sweep the campus. Students were placed into a modified lockdown called a 'Secure in Place.'

The threat has been once again deemed a non-credible threat.

The Medina County Sheriff said in the statement "I want to assure you that our Office and the Career Center take all threats seriously, and the safety of students, staff, and residents is our highest priority."

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