DGF Schools Changes Evacuation Procedures After Incident
Students and staff saw a neighbor standing in her doorway with a gun
DILWORTH, Minn. — Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton Public Schools is changing its fire drill process after a scare earlier this week.
Police say during a fire drill on Monday, Oct. 1, students and staff saw a neighbor standing in her doorway holding a gun.
Dilworth Police and the School Resource Officer spoke with the woman. The Clay County Attorney’s Office determined that there wasn’t enough evidence to warrant criminal charges at this time.
School leaders say they have changed their evacuation drill process so situations like this won’t happen in the future.
Parents say they’re concerned and noticed a lot more police presence this afternoon.