UPDATE: Shots fired in road rage incident; no threat found to Glasgow schools
GLASGOW, Ky. – Glasgow Police Department says they received a call about shots fired on Veterans Outer Loop Thursday morning.
According to the Barren County Sheriff’s Office, shots were fired during a road rage incident.
GPD stated they placed the schools on alert as a precaution. Authorities stated there was no threat to the schools, and no injures have been reported.
Police are searching for a dark blue, mid-sized SUV with tinted windows, possibly a Dodge, pictured above. BCSO stated they believe the vehicle is involved.
If you know the whereabouts or any information about the vehicle, please contact the sheriff’s office at 270-651-2771 or dispatch at 270-651-5151.
Glasgow Independent Schools released the following statement:
“We were made aware of a non-school related issue from the Glasgow Police Department. Out of an abundance of caution, we placed Highland, Glasgow Middle and Glasgow High on alert. Again, there was never a threat to our schools and we continue to monitor the situation with the help of Glasgow Police. All of our students are safe and receiving instruction as normal within their respective schools.”