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Police, K-9's Search Henderson School


The walk-thru was conducted at Henderson North Middle School due to a "growing concern"

Police with canines searched a Henderson school after what authorities called a “growing concern” from school administrators. WNIN’s John Gibson has the story:

Henderson Police say several agencies took part in the walk-thru this (Mon) morning at North Middle School on 2nd St.

The HPD said the Henderson County School Corporation worked with local law enforcement to organize a locker and room search.

Police did not say what the “growing concern” was or if anything was found, but police said more searches are likely in the community throughout the school year.

The HPD said today’s (Mon) search was conducted “for the safety of the students.”

The Henderson County Sheriff's Office and Kentucky State Police also took part in the search.