Loyal school lockdown lifted
For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD – A lockdown has been lifted at Loyal schools. A Facebook post shortly after 3 p.m. said students who drive or get to school via bus were being dismissed, but parents of students who walk to school needed to pick up their child or children, and that parents should “plan to come into the building to get them.”
The Loyal School District went under the lockdown as ordered by the Clark County Sheriff’s Department, in an effort to “peacefully resolve a situation” from Sept. 11, according to a Facebook post.
The Sheriff’s Department post read: “If you are in the Loyal area please avoid the area of E. Mill Street in the City of Loyal. Many roads are blocked off as we try to peacefully resolve a situation from last evening.”
Last night, the sheriff’s department said it was searching for Robert E. Domine, who was involved in a Clark County chase, during which he displayed a handgun. Domine was last seen running into a wooded area near the intersection of County Highway Z and Sherwood Road in the town of Sherwood.