Middlebury Shooting – Officials from Middlebury College have determined that the campus is safe and that the report of an active shooter in the Davis Family Library on campus was unsubstantiated after conducting an investigation into the claim that there was a gunman in the library. At 12:30 in the morning on Monday, members of the Middlebury College campus police department conducted a search of the Davis Library, which is located on the college’s main campus.
The findings of the inquiry revealed that there was no evidence of a credible threat within the facility; hence, the search was called off as a result of these findings. The instruction given to everyone on campus to take cover in their current location has been rescinded because the threat has been eliminated. It was alleged that the danger was spotted or heard on the evening of Sunday, April 9, just before 11 o’clock. On Sunday, just a few minutes before the stroke of midnight, the university posted a post on social media stating that members of law enforcement were currently on campus conducting a search of the library.
The post was shared with the public. The report arrived just a few minutes before to the stroke of midnight. A scant few minutes before the clock struck midnight, the post was submitted to the website. Because this remains a concern, it warrants additional investigation as a matter that needs to be looked at. This post will be updated to contain any new information once it has been gathered by our reporters and incorporated into the post. If additional information is obtained, this post will not be updated.