Police responded to reports of a woman carrying a semi-automatic assault rifle at Tutu Hi Rise Wednesday evening.
While rumors flew on social media and radio of a potential active shooter situation, police say no shots were fired. The woman has not been located.
“There was a female with an A-47 in Tutu high rise. Officers were on the scene searching but negative results finding her. No shots was discharged or anyone hurt,” V.I. Police Department spokesperson Glen Dratte said Wednesday evening.
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Wednesday is the deadline to register for the six-week VIPCA Marine Apprenticeship program, which offers free training in power boating, swimming, scuba, and sailing along with marina and dock management skills, first aid and CPR certification and a full-day day of learning aboard an official U.S. Coast Guard vessel.
Wednesday is the deadline to register for the six-week VIPCA Marine Apprenticeship program, which offers free training in power boating, swimming, scuba, and sailing along with marina and dock managem...
This is an amazing program! I was so lucky last year to be invited on the graduation cruise, and it was inspiring to see how far the graduates had progressed. They were all so excited to talk about everything they learned during the program!
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