On Friday night October 25th, the Randolph Township Police Department responded to the Randolph Middle School to investigate a complaint related to the potential safety of the students attending the Halloween dance. Upon arrival, officers worked with the Randolph Middle School Administration to investigate the matter further. The investigating officers were able to determine that the initial complaint information was not accurate and at no time were any of the students in harms way.
Chief Stokoe Releases Statement Regarding The RMS Dance
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