Barnstable Police Pay H.S. a Visit Over Non-Threat

About a half-dozen Barnstable Police officers spent some time this morning at Barnstable High School assuring students there was no threat to them or their school.

The police were acting after receiving an unidentified call at the station although Barnstable High School Principal, Patrick Clark, in a letter to the families of students, said there was no threat to the school and that students remained safe and would be dismissed at the usual time.

Barnstable Sgt Eric Drifmeyer told WXTK News the police presence was to assure the students and staff that no threat existed.


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