Officials: Huntley gun rumor 'non-credible'
HUNTLEY – Huntley High School will have an increased police presence during school Friday after officials learned about a rumored “non-credible” gun threat, according to the district’s website.
Superintendent John Burkey and Principal Dave Johnson wrote Wednesday evening that the administration and Huntley police have been thoroughly investigating the rumor of a gun being brought to the school Friday.
As a precaution, the school will have an increased police presence.
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