SFHS Miranda California Humboldt County

KMUD, a radio station out of Garberville, Calif., reported Friday that the principal of South Fork High School in Miranda, Calif., declared a lock-down when an adult acting strangely entered the campus, refused to identify himself, and ran into the woods when questioned.

The students and teachers were asked to stay in their classrooms with the doors and windows shut until the principal determined the safety of the campus. The lock-down lasted approximately 45 minutes.


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