There will be extra security at Fruita High School and the Fruita 8/9 School Friday morning following a barricade situation in a nearby neighborhood Thursday evening. The schools will be on a normal schedule. It all stems from an incident that started around 10 p.m. Thursday in the 900 block of 19 Road in Fruita. The Fruita Police Department said they were called to a report of shots fired at a home.
An investigation is underway after shots were reportedly fired in a local neighborhood. The Grand Junction Police Department said it all started around 11 p.m. Wednesday night in the 500 block of 25 1/2 Road. That's at the Paradise Valley Mobile Home Park, across from Pomona Elementary School. Police said shots were fired into two homes at the park. No one was hurt. The suspect(s) took off in what police are describing as a dark SUV. Police are still looking for that vehicle.
In wake of the shooting that killed 17 students in Florida on Wednesday afternoon, leaders with School District 51 said it's so important for people in the community to stay vigilant when it comes to reporting possible threats. Officials said if someone sees or hears something that's not quite right, they can report it using the Safe2Tell app. The service is available 24/7. People can call 1-877-542-7233, download the Safe2Tell app or via www.safe2tell.org.
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Selecting a term
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