Liberty Benton High School: On Wednesday morning, there was a report that a shooter was currently active inside of Liberty-Benton High School, which prompted a large number of law enforcement agencies to hurry to the school.
According to the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, the 911 call was received at 9:53 a.m., and the first deputies arrived on the site within 90 seconds. The school resource officer who is assigned to the school was already present when the first deputies arrived.
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After conducting an exhaustive investigation of the school, deputies from the sheriff’s office, police from the Findlay Police Department, and troopers from the Ohio State Highway Patrol came to the conclusion that the 911 call had been faked and that there was never any danger.
The incident appears to be tied to other similar’swatting’ occurrences that occurred at schools around the state of Ohio on Wednesday, and similar instances also occurred in September, with Findlay High School being the target of one of those incidents.
In the video that can be found below, we have a conversation with Lieutenant Mark Price, who is employed by the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office. In Ohio, one of the state’s senators has proposed legislation that would raise the existing penalty for swatting.