Monday, 13 May 2013 16:25
Last Thursday, The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the Santa Rosa School District regarding a suspicious letter received by a school member on May 8.
According to police reports, a white male hand-delivered a letter to a school staff member encouraging schools to be sure that students were safe. The letter did not indicate specific threats to the school, students or staff, and did not reference any school functions.
The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office has assigned additional deputies to the case as well as additional patrols of the schools as a precaution.
Anyone with knowledge of this incident is urged to call the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers at 437-STOP.
This incident is under currently investigation. More information will b posted as it becomes available.