HARRISON TWP., Ohio (WDTN) – Officers called for assistance during an incident at Meadowdale High School Wednesday afternoon.
Around 1:30 p.m., Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Meadowdale High School for reports of “several disturbances” that had occurred within the school during the day.
When they arrived, deputies were informed that a female student had been assaulted by several other students. While they investigated, other disturbances among the students occurred, prompting a call for assistance from outside agencies.
Regional Dispatch told 2 NEWS that family members of students arrived at the school and began yelling at officials.
Crews with the Sheriff’s Office, Dayton Police Department, Trotwood Police Department, and Five Rivers Metroparks responded along with additional Dayton School Resource Officers.
The school was placed on lockdown to prevent any additional issues.
Deputies and school resource officers remained at the school until dismissal at 4 p.m. No arrests were made.
The incidents remain under investigation.
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