ANGLETON — Problems at Angleton Junior High School prompted district leaders to increase the number of police officers stationed there, two weeks after a rumor resulted in multiple teachers locking down their classrooms.

The unanimous decision follows a request by Angleton ISD Police Chief Jerome Griffin, who told district trustees during their meeting Tuesday that the junior high campus is the source of a large number of calls.

Joe Edwards is a reporter for The Facts. Contact him at 979-237-0154.

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