East Hartford School Put In Lockdown After Ammunition Found – Hartford Courant

EAST HARTFORD — Woodland School at 110 Long Hill Drive was put in lockdown Friday morning after a student was found with ammunition, a police spokesman said.

Police and staff searched the school after they were notified around 8 a.m. No gun was found, said Sgt. Mike DeMaine, and lockdown was later lifted.

The juvenile male was carrying several small-caliber rounds, he said.

The student was “very cooperative,” DeMaine said.

The Woodland School “is a day treatment type of program for students that require a smaller more structured, nurturing environment,” according to the school’s website.

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