COVINA (CBSLA) — There will be an increased police presence at Charter Oak High School in Covina Friday in response to a possible threat.
On Thursday evening, police were investigating a possible threat that indicated something would happen at the campus on Friday.READ MORE: Reseda Residents Protest Tiny Home Community Being Built For Homeless
Investigators were working with the sheriff’s San Dimas station and said there would be an increased officer presence and patrols at the school to ensure the safety of students and staff.
Details about the threat were not immediately disclosed.READ MORE: Jacob Alan Wright, 19, Arrested In Murders Of Rancho Cucamonga Woman, Her 8-Year-Old Daughter
*Attention #CharterOakHigh students/parents:We are aware of a mentioned threat to take place tmrrw on campus & it is being investigated. #CovinaPD is working with @SDMLASD,together we will ensure the safety of all students & staff w/ an increase of Officer presence/extra patrols pic.twitter.com/RbNC2WlMfa
— Covina PD (@covinapd) November 22, 2019MORE NEWS: Hundreds Protest Digital Vaccine Cards At Orange County Board Of Supervisors Meeting