Possible gun threat closes Bishop Baumgartner Catholic school


A possible gun threat closes Bishop Baumgartner Memorial Catholic school today.

According to the Archdiocese of Agana, the school is working with GPD regarding a social media post that shows possible gun violence toward the school.

“Bishop Baumgartner President David Duenas assures that all people that the school takes responsibility of safeguarding all students and adults under its care very seriously and that it is working diligently with law enforcement personnel and all partners in the community in this regard,” says the Archdiocese.

This is a developing story

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