Pioneer Valley High School Lockdown – After a kid was discovered to be in possession of a firearm on school grounds, the Pioneer Valley High School has been placed under lockdown. A student was placed in administrative detention after the discovery of a handgun in a vehicle that was parked on the Pioneer Valley High School campus. According to the findings of an inquiry that took place on Wednesday, a student at Pioneer Valley High School was found to have a firearm in their vehicle while it was parked on campus.
As a result, the administration of the school decided to place the campus in a state of lockdown as a precautionary measure. On Wednesday, the administration at Pioneer Valley High School placed the campus under lockdown after an investigation found that a student at the school had a firearm concealed within their vehicle while it was parked on campus. After the lockout was put into effect, parents went back inside to get their children.
According to Sgt. Andy Magallon of the Santa Maria Police Department, the school made a request for assistance to the Santa Maria Police Department at 10:43 in the morning. This information was provided by the Santa Maria Police Department. In the course of looking into an incident that took place on Tuesday, school administrators received information that led them to believe that one of the students may have brought a gun to school with them. According to Magallon, this was the impetus for the search of a student’s vehicle that had been parked on campus, and during that check, they discovered a handgun.