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Police find nothing to rumor of shooting at school last week

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On Friday, May 9, at 5:00 p.m. KPD officers were contacted by a supervisor with Durham School Services who provides bus services to KISD. The supervisor and a driver advised the officers that the driver had overheard a student on the bus make a threat about a possible school shooting on Monday morning [May 12]. {{more}}
The officers watched the video and then contacted school staff. The officers were able to make contact with all of the students involved within a couple of hours. The student making the comment had not heard it directly and was repeating what others had stated.
It was determined that no threat had been made in reference to a shooting. Police presence was increased on Monday morning as a precaution but no criminal violation appears to have occurred. School officials reported no unusual incidents at school on Monday.

In another police report on May 6, an individual described as an ex-girlfriend tried to run down a man as he was getting out of his truck at work in the 5700 block of I-20. When that failed the “ex” attempted to stab the victim when he tried to hold her for the police. The suspect drove away before the police arrived.
A hit and run accident involving a truck was reported on May 10 in the 400 block of E. Kennedale Parkway. At 10:04 a.m. a victim reported that his vehicle, a Ford Ranger pickup, was struck by a trailer being pulled by another truck. The victim stated that a witness saw the vehicle and trailer pull away from the victim’s vehicle. The trailer struck the victim’s truck and the suspect stopped to look at the damage. He then drove away. The witness was able to obtain a license plate for the truck and trailer.

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