Trinity schools resume normal schedules
UPDATED 11:05 a.m.: Schools were advised by Randolph County Schools superintendent Donald Andrews to resume normal schedules because law enforcement has caught the driver.
Shannon Craddock, Archdale Police
"We stopped a car for a traffic violation and the passenger decided he didn't want to stick around so he fled on foot to the area near the schools," Craddock said. "They (school officials) saws us trying to round him up and locked down the schools."
Craddock said the passenger that fled is a hispanic male in his early 20s wearing dark clothing. He has not been apprehended.
"As far as we know he is unarmed and he is not a threat," Craddock said.
10:49 a.m.: Trinity High and Braxton Craven Middle are on modified lockdown in reference to a foot chase in Archdale, according to Randolph Sheriff's Department.
Beverly Fowler, public information officer for Randolph County Schools said their Student Services office received information from law enforcement that at traffic stop, the driver fled from a vehicle. Fowler said it is precautionary.
Modified lockdown is used to keep students, faculty and staff inside the school away from danger outside of the school.
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