Hartland students head back to school after lockdown
Hartland - Police will be patrolling the neighborhood around a Hartland elementary school Friday as students head to class.
Officers armed with assault rifles searched a 3-acre wooded area around Hartland North Elementary on Thursday afternoon after two students reported seeing a man in a dark hooded sweat shirt holding a rifle-size weapon. Police Chief Robert Rosch says the two 7-year-old boys heard a loud bang and ran back into the school.
The building was locked down. Officers say they didn't find anything suspicious. Superintendent Glenn Schilling tells WISN-TV it's better to "err on the side of caution."
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