Pinedale schools in lockdown
by Pinedale Online!
October 15, 2014
2:30PM Update, Sublette County School District #1 release:
INFORMATION RELEASE: School will be in session for all schools tomorrow. Schools and buses will run on their normal schedule. All schools will continue to operate under "lock in" status during operation tomorrow. "Lock in" status means that our schools will continue to operate in their normal fashion, however all doors will remain locked and our supervision and screening procedures will be significantly increased, including a presence from the Sublette County Sheriff's Office.
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2:20PM, Pinedale School Lockdown update: Around 11:30 this morning, Pinedale schools went into lockdown status due to a report of a high school student who was missing/ran away from home and alleged to have a gun. The public is being asked for assistance in locating Logan Dobkins. If seen, please call 911. The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office has a K-9 unit and others actively searching for Dobkins. All students at the schools are safe and will be released with normal procedures at normal dismissal times. Parents wishing to pick up their students prior to normal dismissal times are welcome to do so. For updates, see the school web page, www.pinedaleschools.org, or tune into KPIN 101.1FM radio.