FRAMINGHAM – Walsh Middle School was in a shelter-in-place this morning, after a report of a possible weapon in a student’s possession.
Students were in a shelter in place for about a half hour, while an investigation was conducted, according to Walsh Middle. A shelter in place means students remained in their classrooms. The shelter in place ended before 9 a.m.
“The police were made aware that a student reported hearing a conversation on the bus about a possible weapon. The students involved were interviewed and no weapons were found,” said Framingham Police spokesperson Lt. Robert Sibilio.
Apparently, a student heard another student talking to another student about having a weapon in their possession.
The students on the bus reported the conversation to the administration.