The University of South Alabama went into a full fledged campus lockdown on Sunday following an armed robbery in one of its college dorms.
This past Sunday, an armed robbery in a
dorm on the campus of the University of South Alabama had the school
in lockdown mode. After a student was robbed at gunpoint, officials
at the school sent out a message on their official website, alerting
students of the situation at hand.
According to WashingtonPost.com, emergency campus alerts were sent out
via loud speakers, emails and a special phone-in system that the
university uses. The message told students at the University of South
Alabama to "remain inside" until the situation was resolved.
An arrest was made later last night and
the lockdown was lifted at the University of South Alabama.
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