Ludington schools placed on lockdown temporarily. 

September 24, 2021

Ludington schools placed on lockdown temporarily. 

LUDINGTON — Ludington Area Schools were placed on lockdown this morning after school administrators received information that a possible weapon was brought into the high school, according to Ludington Police Chief Timothy Kozal. 

Ludington Police Department school resource officers were at the school and were able to determine quickly that there was no weapon, according to Kozal. The school was in lockdown for less than 15 minutes. No one was injured. The Ludington Police Department continues to investigate.


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