FROSTBURG — Increased police presence took place Monday at Mountain Ridge High School, according to the Allegany County Board of Education.

The police response was made due to "unconfirmed reports of a threat at the school," according to Mia Perlozzo Cross, public information officer for the Board of Education.

Frostburg Police Department has a school resource officer assigned to Mountain Ridge High School every school day. The officer also performs routine patrol checks at other public schools in Frostburg.

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS, ctn@times-news.com

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