ROMEO, MI – On Wednesday March 7th, 2018, during afternoon classes, a bullet was located in the hallway of Romeo High School.
MSP Troopers from the Metro North Post responded and contacted the administration of the school and the district. An investigation was conducted and there were no threats made towards the students and the school and it was undetermined where the round came from. Troopers maintained a visible presence at the school for the rest of the school day.
This morning, March 8th, at approximately 10:00 AM, MSP troopers as well as MSP Canine units conducted a sweep of the school, provided security tips and provided a visible law enforcement response to the students and staff of the school. Nothing further was located in this sweep.
The Michigan State Police has a zero-tolerance policy on anyone making a threat to Michigan schools or other facilities. These incidents will be thoroughly investigated and a report submitted to the prosecutor.
The MSP also reminds students and parents of the OK 2 Say app. This smartphone app can be used to report threats, bullying, and other incidents in our schools by students. They can remain anonymous and each report will be investigated. This app is free and can be located in the smartphones app store.