False report about possible intruder sends C.S. 134 into lockdown

A false report about a possible intruder sent C.S. 134 in the Bronx into a lockdown at the start of the school day. Parents say

Parents say children weren't let into the building at the start of school, and other kids weren't allowed to leave.

Parents say children weren't let into the building at the start of school, and other kids weren't allowed to leave. (6/11/13)

THE BRONX - A false report about a possible intruder sent C.S. 134 in the Bronx into a lockdown at the start of the school day.

Parents say they heard that someone was on the scaffolding of the four-story building, which houses students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Students who were already inside were not allowed to leave, and kids being dropped off were not able to get inside.

Police searched the perimeter of the school and did not find any threat to students. Cops say it was the school's decision not to allow kids into the building.

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