Police report that a teacher was slightly injured by a round fired during near Crawford Elementary school around 5:00 P.M. last Thursday. According to Russellville police spokesman Drew Latch, the shooting happened after students had left for the day. Latch said the victim did not require hospital treatment and they do not believe that the teacher or students were intended victims.
As this and a number of our recent blogs demonstrate, community crime near schools can have a significant impact on school safety as well as staff, student and parent perceptions relating to safety.
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