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District: NU Incident Overblown on Social Media

An incident involving police being dispatched to Nevada Union High School has gotten blown out of proportion, and according to district officials, was mostly because of false information spread on social media. Nevada Joint Union High School District Superintendent Louise Johnson says the incident happened Monday afternoon…

Listen to Louise Johnson 1

That student was subdued in a couple of minutes, and according to Johnson, no one else was ever in any danger, but that wasn’t the information that was being put out there…

Listen to Louise Johnson 2

Johnson says students do get educated every year about the dangers of spreading rumors on social media, which is likely being re-visited this week. The student was arrested, taken to the hospital, and after being medically cleared, was booked into Juvenile Hall.


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