Lockdown lifted at two Trinity schools
TRINITY, N.C. — A modified lockdown that was in effect at two schools in Trinity has been lifted.
Trinity High and Braxton Craven Middle were placed on lockdown on Tuesday following a foot chase involving Archdale Police. The Randolph County Sheriff’s communications office confirmed both lockdowns have been lifted.
Officials said an officer stopped a vehicle on I-85 earlier this morning due to a traffic violation. The driver then jumped out of the vehicle and fled the scene.
Archdale Police Chief Shannon Craddock said the suspect is still at large. He was last seen in a wooded area near Old Mendenhall Road.
No other information was provided.
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