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Chippewa Secondary School faces another lockdown

As a precautionary measure, North Bay Police instructed the school to be placed into a lockdown
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A young person from North Bay is facing multiple charges including carrying a concealed weapon.

Police say the incident occurred in the vicinity of Chippewa Secondary School where police responded to a report of a person in possession of a weapon.     

As a precautionary measure, North Bay Police instructed the school to be placed into a lockdown.

The investigation led to the arrest of a young North Bay person who is facing the following charges: 

  • Weapon:Carrying concealed weapon
  • Breach of Release Order
  • Breach of Judicial Order

It's the second lockdown in a North Bay high school in the past week.  On November 4, West Ferris Secondary School was put into lockdown due to a trespasser seen on the property. 

See related: School trespasser causes hold and secure at area high school

Chippewa also had a hold and secure back on October 30 relating to an incident involving a student.  

See related: Hold and secure at Chippewa


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