No drugs found during police K9 search at Huron High School

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By Scott BolthouseHub Editor

No drugs were found in Huron High School Wednesday during a police K9 sweep of the school.

The search was not in response to any particular incident or ongoing problem at the school, but was a random proactive search, Public Safety Director Everette Robbins said.

The search was focused on the lockers and no students were searched.

“A lot of credit should go to the superintendent and his entire staff for being proactive in making our schools safe. We will continue to work hand in hand with our school system and make sure our kids are safe,” Robbins said.

“I am very proud as not only the Chief, but also as a resident of our schools and the great people that work with our students.  We certainly have some great young men and women in our schools, the future is bright.”

Wyandotte Police Department’s K9 unit assisted Huron Police during the search.


2 thoughts on “No drugs found during police K9 search at Huron High School

  1. Harry

    Wow! I’m really proud to live here in Huron Township! How may high schools could have pulled something like this off? Amazing!


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