Panic sparked at DCHS
Published 12:00 am Thursday, March 20, 2008
THE SELMA TIMES-JOURNAL
PLANTERSVILLE &8212; Concerned parents flooded the Dallas County Sheriff&8217;s Department with telephone calls Thursday after hearing a county school was on lock down.
Their fears were alleviated after a sheriff&8217;s dispatcher told them Dallas County High School was not on lockdown and no weapons or shooting had occurred, said Roy Freine,
a deputy with the sheriff&8217;s department.
Don Willingham, an administrative assistant to the superintendent, said a person pulled up in a car and made a threat about another person as students entered the school for the day, about 7:30 a.m.