Bozos manage to shut down Great Mills with prank gunplay calls; cops release audio of Bozo’s 911 call
GREAT MILLS, MD. (Sept. 18, 2014) – Outsmarted again. That’s the story as a local bozo kid who likely should already have been expelled from school made monkeys out of school officials and police with a prank call. According to one official, the call that came to the 911 center said that the student didn’t want to see his friends die as he knew of various local wanna-be-famous-twits were bringing guns to school to kill as many as possible.
On Thursday, September 18, 2014, the Emergency Communications Center (ECC) received a single phone call reporting an unsubstantiated verbal threat at Great Mills High School. As a result, the school was immediately placed on lockdown. A coordinated response was initiated immediately with school and law enforcement officials. The school’s administration followed the emergency response protocols outlined in the St. Mary’s County Public Schools (SMCPS) School Crisis and Emergency Response Plan and continually worked with law enforcement authorizes to complete the investigation. The school building was placed in a lockdown status while law enforcement units searched the building. The building was cleared for use at approximately 12:25 p.m. The school continued with the normal schedule for the day at that time.