ORLANDO, Florida. – A Florida high school fled when chosen for random metal detector search, which officials at the school on a temporary lockdown.
Orlando police spokeswoman Sara Au tells news outlets that the officers quickly found the University High School student Thursday morning, and “nothing was found that would compromise the safety and security of the students.”
The lock is issued at 7:55 pm and quickly switched to a lock-out which meant the lessons resumed, and there was no one allowed in or out of school. It was lifted at 9:24 pm
The Orange County school district is using the metal detector wands for random checks on the students. It is one of the many new policies in effect across Florida after the murder of 17 people at marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.