UNION, NJ – Union High School was placed on lock-down Tuesday afternoon for about an hour.
A High School Resource Officer received information of a student possibly armed with a handgun, according to Union Police Director Dan Zieser. At 1:35 p.m. the school was placed in “lock-down, shelter in place” mode.
According to Zeiser, no weapon was found upon a subsequent search. The original information was deemed ‘not credible’. The lock-down was lifted at 2:20 p.m.