Mar 21, 2016 1:22 PM by David McVicker
Corning High School is back open after a report was received of two suspicious persons seen near the high school with what was described as long guns or rifles, according to a California Highway Patrol officer on scene.
The report was received around 9 a.m. Monday. Corning Police locked down Blackburn and Margarite streets surrounding the school while officers searched for the suspects.
Tehama County District Attorney and officers went classroom to classroom to make sure suspects were not in the classrooms.
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