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May 10th, 2017
By Hilde Kate Lysiak
The police are investigating an incident at Selinsgrove Middle School on May 5th after a fight during lunch, sources told the Orange Street News.
“There was an incident at the school on the fifth,” Chief Tom Garlock told the OSN.
Chief Garlock told the OSN he received a call from a parent and is investigating but couldn’t provide more information or show the incident report at this time.
The fight started between two boys and involved a “death threat,” sources told the OSN.
“People started punching each other at fifth period lunch,” a source told the OSN.
Students stepped in and tried to stop the fight.
Chief Garlock would not confirm or deny the death threat.
The school district has been under fire since it was an OSN investigation revealed last week that at least the six students from Selinsgrove have overdosed this year. Selinsgrove Superintendent Chad Cohrs has refused to comment to the OSN.
“No one has any idea how bad it really is. It used to just be pot. Now everyone is using harder drugs. And it isn’t just the freaks. Its the kids no one would expect,” a student told the OSN.
Selinsgrove Superintendant Chad Chors was not immediately available for comment.
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