Traffic Stop Leads to Misinformation

By | 2018-03-13T15:42:37-05:00 March 13, 2018 2:14 pm|Local News|0 Comments

BONNE TERRE, MO (KDKZ-TV) A Tuesday morning traffic stop in Bonne Terre leads to misinformation regarding North St. Francois County Schools.

According to district officials, Bonne Terre Police pulled over a vehicle on Raider Road.  At that time, the subject inside the vehicle ran away towards a nearby quarry.  Police quickly apprehended the subject and placed him into custody.

The district was notified about the incident and was ensured that there was no threat to the students or staff at the high school, due to the incident.

There was a rumor that the high school was placed on lock down and that the primary school was threatened as well, however that is false.

District officials say that their number one concern is that of the students and staff within the district.

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