Ray High School Corpus Christi Shooting today, Police Confirm No Active Shooter: Police confirmed no active shooter at Ray High School. As per Corpus Christi ISD Police Cheif named Kirby Warnke, they were notified about the false shooting incident. Meanwhile, Kirby Warnke is looking into the matter and asking parents not to panic and that they don’t have to come to the school as the police have cleared the scene. No active shooter was found at Ray High School. Ray High School Corpus Christi Texas shooting incident was reported to the police on Friday.
Ray High School Corpus Christi Shooting today
CCISD is grateful for CCISD PD and CCPD’s swift response to a hoax 9-1-1 call containing a threat to W.B. Ray High School. We appreciate the patience and support of families and the community while law enforcement investigates the matter via a campus inspection.
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But when police responded to the active shooter report they found that they have been mistakenly called to the Ray High School. The quick response from the CCISD PD impressed everyone. Corpus Christi ISD police chief named Kirby Warnke remarked that the report regarding the active shooter at Corpus Christi was fake. However, people have been made aware to call 911 whenever see any threat.
According to the reports, around 3 pm family members of students of Ray High School descended upon the campus to ensure the safety of their children. Meanwhile. among them one person was Peter Zanoni who is the City Manager.
Reportedly, Peter Zanoni’s son also studies at Ray High School. Peter said that the experience was quite frightening and scary but nothing went wrong there.
Ray High School Corpus Christi Shooting- No Active Shooter
Peter Zanoni further added, “officers had a good feel for maybe it was a hoax, but that doesn’t matter. You go in with a sense of urgency (that) this could be an active shooting event.”
Another parent of a student said, “This is the time that we live in, and we have to be ready for it. You never think it’s going to happen in Corpus Christi. But it does. Every evil you know is everywhere, and it’s unfortunate”
“We’ve got to protect each other. If (you) see something, say something, and teach your kids to do likewise”
CCISD PD chief Kirby Warnke also appreciated the support of the parents and administration of Ray High School while law enforcement investigated the threat call throughout the campus.
Kirby Vaughnke who is the chief of Corpus Christi ISD Police Department stated that there was no active shooter and no shooting occurred at the Ray High School.
Reportedly, Ray High School has a quite wide province. Thus a large unit of police officers was sent to the Ray High School.