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Ravenna school put on lockdown after fight broke out on school grounds

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RAVENNA, OH (WOIO) -

At 1 p.m. Monday, Ravenna Police Department officers responded to the Willyard School on Summit Road in Ravenna for two adult males who were reportedly involved in an altercation on school property and were attempting to gain entry into the school.

School personnel activated safety procedures preventing the two adult males from gaining entry into the school.

When police arrived the two males were located in front of the school and detained. An investigation is in progress to determine all of the details surrounding this incident with possible criminal charges to follow. The names of the two adult males will be released later.

School personnel completed the safety procedures with efficiency and timeliness. The school building was also in a prepared state of safety as all access to the building was locked per policy with the exception of the main front entrance, which is monitored by the school office. School personnel are to be commended for their quick and decisive actions.

Any person with additional information about his incident is encouraged to contact The City of Ravenna Police Department at 330-296-6486.

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