Lakeland had been scheduled to open next month, but construction delays pushed the opening back to January. The school district plans to open the building as soon as it's ready. The new school was approved in a 2015 bond referendum to alleviate overcrowding in the two existing schools.Lakeland's students and staff will start the school year at Roosevelt and Kennedy elementary schools. They will be with the same teachers all year and will move together to the new school in January.
The two officers are on standard administrative leave while the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension investigates the incident. The BCA did not release any further statement Monday on the Sunday shooting.Willmar Police Chief Jim Felt said it is standard practice to have an outside agency investigate an officer's use of force. "It was the right fit for them to come in," he said.Felt said the department will cooperate fully with the investigation.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating the incident which began with a 911 call about a suicidal man at a home in the 400 block of 11th Street Northwest, according to a news release from BCA.According to the release, two officers were dispatched to the address and encountered the man in the backyard of the home holding a gun.Both officers fired their weapons during the incident, and the man was injured.Officers and Willmar Ambulance personnel treated him at the scene.
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