WARWICK, R.I. (AP) — Police in Rhode Island say a college campus was evacuated as a precaution after a shell casing was found in a common hallway.
The Community College of Rhode Island’s Warwick campus was evacuated Wednesday morning and classes were suspended. The school said in a tweet that there is “not an active shooter” on campus.
The school first tweeted to “Please evacuate the Warwick Campus immediately” and to “remain calm” and “wait for further instructions” but did not say why. No other campuses were affected.
Warwick police later tweeted about the shell casing.
State police say they went to the campus with troopers and dogs.

Rhode Island college evacuated after shell casing found

Dear God. Under that level of stupid my truck alone would demand the calling of the National Guard by the Governor on the spent cases I know are in the cracks of the rear seat.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

2 thoughts on “The Community College of Rhode Island goes full Formely Great Britain”
  1. Terrible. This really is disruptive. If I attended school there, I would never, ever think of bringing a few random empty shell cases to campus on random days of the semester. It would take a real trouble maker to clean and bag a case picked up on a range and then drop it where it would be found while avoiding the cameras and witnesses. She would have to be positively antisocial to do it multiple times.

    I wonder how long it would take them to set up check points with metal detectors and random searches?

    I live in a normal, sane state. It’s Turkey Season here, I wonder how many students and instructors are carrying live ammunition to their college today? How many have their turkey guns in their vehicles? It is even more in Duck or Deer Season. No one freaks out.

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