THOMASVILLE, N.C. Local Charlotte News — Thomasville High School was on lockdown Thursday after police responded to a disturbance at the school.
According to the Thomasville City Schools superintendent, the lockdown was a precautionary measure due to trespassers on campus.
Thomasville police said the disturbance involved students. The students involved have been arrested.
According to police, no shots were fired, and no one was injured. No weapons were found on school property, and there is no evidence that anyone had a gun at this time.
Deputies are on scene and have entrances into the school blocked off. FOX8 has a crew on the scene working to gather more information.
The superintendent is asking for parents not to come to the school.
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