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OREGON, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Oregon school district is investigating a strange phone call that one parent
says she received.
parent says she received a phone call late Saturday night that made her uneasy,
so she turned to Facebook to warn other parents. Her post has been shared more
than 300 times so far.
woman claims a private caller who said they were part of the school board asked
her several personal questions about her children and where she worked. The
following Monday, she contacted the school board and learned no one there had
sounds like at this point it's probably a prank, but we have limited
information to go off of," said Officer Mark Potter, a student resource officer
for the district.
in the district were notified of the call, and Potter says no police report was
doesn't sound like it was anything real serious, but at this point, we're still
gathering information," he said.
parent says the phone call ended with the caller suggesting they set up a time
to talk about her kids' grades. She said no true motive was suggested in the
call, but it made her uncomfortable.
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Atlanta is a city known for supporting the Arts. Whether it's the Atlanta Symphony or a show at the Alliance or the Fabulous Fox, every year Atlantan's spend millions of dollars on the town. Many buy seasonMore >
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